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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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Jacksonville Fla
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April 23, 1966
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 23, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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VOL. 16& NO.5, SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1966 N&.CENJ3 .

FUu-
'Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, ; rq
cbucellor of the Florida Unlversdry OIl
System, last Saturday/ ;
assured members oTthe Florida! J ;
AIM University graduatinil I ::':<( ) NEGRO LEADERS

class that the Institution 1st not ti
going to be phased out. I : i"

Speaking of the State Board of 1AA1e ,:;; ,
Regents Cvlpepper said: "Our : ; '," j;( .
board Intends that Florida AIM '
shall continue through yearsto : ; ;! ? ::';>
serve its role and function In "

the University System." i/1. j3REGENT ENDORSE BURNSNegroes
A challenge not "to become _
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Involved in the problem of I ,t;' "",
today that you lose sight of the .
possibilities of tomorrow, of I *
the flat century" highlighted'i

the Speaking commencement on the subject address., "The In Race For House Senate

Role of the Educated MaD as
We Move Into the 21st Century," !

the chancellor System of the of Florida State University "1.........- ----- ... ....., * *. *'.* -.. .. -...-., -. .

underscored the tact that "the Seated fourth from left is the Honorable Clifford Dyson the first Negro aver to '
.
horizons of our world are serve on the Board of Regents which governs the Florida system of higher education. Appointed Burns Appointments '

broadening, and so it mast be in a history-making official act by Governor Hay don Burns, Regent Dyson is seen with Dr. John { I
in education". Champion President of Florida State University' and Dr.Doak Campbell, President Emeritus '
He told his audience: "There at right during the recent graduation exercises at FSU. "
Is a premium on skills and" f 1 Win Him Support N'
knowledge. The unemployed today $2,000 Bold By ERIC am N'I
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are those who lack an

education and who lack in Set For Jaxons governor Hayden Burns seeking election to a full term in of There Is no doubt that the hottest local political race involves
Is '
special skills. So rapidly are 5 Seeking ,' flee has secured the endorsement of two of the largest religious Francis "Pat" Conroy Claude Smith, Joe Carlucci and Jim I
we developing that the skills groups composed of Negroes in Florida as well u the fastest Murray for the Senate seat in district 10. Although there are I

of today may be obsolete tomor tutor's Wife -growing fraternal organisation In.the state. four men In the race, the contest is really between two men,
row. We must stop dealing in Bishop E. C. Hatcher:according : Conroy and Smith. l
selfish activities. We must find CHICAGO {(NPI -A $2,500 Elective [ to the Burns campaign headquarters County.
wa,11D which we can serve our ,nod levied! by> Judge Daniel J.Ryan Joists baa announcedhis Rev. Temperance E. Wright Smith bas been a City Commissioner cure the establishment of the
of Social WelT'
Board -
member
fellow man." was met by Mrs. Norma support for Burns on the since 1951 and for Fiesta Motel as an uptodatehostelry
,.... ._ ... bas been maintained -
Then he Issued another challenge hauls: 33! who was being held basis of the vigorous leadership -- > the years be has occupied his which
to the members of the '(on] murder charges the death Never before In the history of Florida han larger number of and progress the governor council, there Is little that we over the years as a respectable -
graduating class when he added, (Dt] her husband the Rev.Wilson Negroes sought election to the law-making branches of the state baa given the state in his unfinished (nor he) can point to that he bas place as well-equip
that "the truest test of bow well 'c:urtls, 39, pastor, Bethel I government. two-year term. J t done as commissioner of sanittatlon. pad as any In the city and be a
AIM is doing is how well you (Church: of Truth. From Jacksonville alone three .. r I Burns has made it known that He has for years Ignored, place of which anyone can visiting
do as graduates" The mother of five, Mrs. :are seeking election to the t { tft Baptist groups have pledged [ pleas for the appointment and proud to recommendfor a -
He continued: : "This Is not an rurtls: Is said to have admitted, House of Representatives and I I their support for his electionto Negro as sanitary inspector friend to stay.
era of tranquility without problems. hiring a lie detector test,to the I one aspires to the Senate. : l. a full term. Affiliated with except for one or two Isolated Another exciting contest will >
Rather it is a time of accidental slaying other, .Jacksonville's Earl Johnson :,l:( \\\v. the groups are outstanding cases he has done little to Improve be the race between Julian
cIIaUeDctl.opportll",. husband last April 9 during a mtsaaiMBin taitiiun! < 'a>aK'tom' I religious leaders as Rev. J. C. the employment status Warren and Bill Bafford for J
r. There are vaay,..... slue,.luarrelt Instead of immediately,' ,I : ; A ..8amjlnd Cyrus A..Weaver. ?,4t.2ieguieJtln.tbe Jacksonville ,the Board of-Camp Commlssloners. -, ,
1 who are troubled and confused, II 'eporting'the .accident to the, ", ,1 Another staunch supporter of, \ Health and Sanitation Depart- District 4 post. '
I and some of them by their behavior police, she filed a misslngpernns -; I :.) ; li, J Burns; is C. Blytbe Andrews,, ment. Now Bill Buford Is an am- f.
'remind me':of the old report. / : ,; I i Grand .President of the Lily, In view of his poof record as a> bilious young man..and there
Jingle which goes:' 'When in The minister's body Was dls-: 'I !1 Whites and editor of the widely city commissioner at large as* is nothing wrong with honest ,
danger when m doubt run in;covered: by two members of the : f read.Florida.Sentinel, ap Ja-- well as his failure to anything '' to goodness ambition, except '
circles, scream and about/ church: be founded,at the bottom I worthwhile where Negroes are when the achievement of that
He toldth.m."n.world crte. .CJ I if the basement stairwell in his I 4': rk y: -I IC. concerned, it is little wonder ambition is at the expense of ,
out for men and women with II tome. Loosely bound with rope; JONES / that be stays away from meeting someone else or the public. At
imagination, with the urge to'nth legs of the body had been! jjrjjj .t Negro groups even now that he And that's Bill Basford. He ,
serve and to create with the mputated below the knee.In I Running for the post Senator.( LDAVIt' ; is seeking our votes.He has left, 'wants to achieve his ambitions (
necessary training and education explaining the clrcumstan-y I e' for district 31 Is Sam Jones, a ; ,'fare; Dade County. *- his campaign for Negrovotes up at the expense of the public.
to find the answers to solve C es surrounding the death Mrs. J former terminal worker and an /'B: ; .r L. V. Davis (Fla Voters League to Mr. Frank Hampton who has Basford got himself electedto
the problems which exist on all ,Curtis: said the gun discharged, official in the Florida Voters : ,. .,' 'X.i president) Equal Opportunity somehow convinced a lot of candidates the House Representatives
sides." accldentaily while the two were / League. Jones has filed several ; .. ., .J. ;! I Consultant. that Negroes will follow and served a term during which
I truggling for Us posseasioo.I .' I I 'suits In connection with the reapportionment .' .I ; Ernest Jackson, Office Economic his direction as to whom to vote term, as a tenderfoot, he
in Florida. .j '.l' Opportunity. couldn't get on the Inside of the
: for.The
.i.. E. F. Norwood, Office Economic most unsavory aspect of 'big happenings, so he decided to
Civil i......EARL M. JOHNSON....... The Rev. J. B. F, William: Opportunity. Claude Smith's record Is that .

RightersBalk young attorney with the. best former pastoi'or Ebeneser 'I Charles F. Wilson, Technical which has to do with sale of poor. r -
I hence of wincing providing Methodist Church of Clay and { ".1;; Assistance Program. ) people's home that were clearedto
Negroes vote and be receives Ashley Streets has cast his |II Perman E. Williams, Technical -' make way for the Expressway. -
Quota PlanWASHINGTON the support be has been promised in the political ring as an ;' Assistance Program.. $. While serving as a City .
the white aapirantt ;1
by community oPublicplslnstrucUoo Commissioner Smith swung a
..
i by far the best qualified Board J deal to buy some homes and
(NPI) The In Job Corps ;; '-- --- Seeks f
camps. ANDREWS Wo highCoort
w the post be seeks and cane r B. resold them making a quick
Job Corps program hit a snag There are 23,000 enrollees In9T ,
b to be
depended a represen- tactive fluential publication inlbe Tam- $13,500 profit.
when a radical proposal to initiate centers across the nation. for all the Review
people. > Claude Smith hardly deservesto
pa-St. Petersburg area.
a "quota arstem..l1m1tJDc "Negroes are in the majorityfat
I
the percentage of Negro enrol- all seven women's centers : A former Jason Andrews has WASHINGTON{-The NAACP i i remain as after City Commissioner
I 1 perpetrating
come out editorially declaring, Legal Defense and Educational I
lees or assignments to individual and are gaining numerical sue such
camps wupraposedbyDr. perlority at much larger men's.urban '. that Burns "deserves" elec' Fund today asked the Supreme | ,i less a dirty trick, much ...- -
to
: r State
serve as
David L. OEO sociologist r tion to a full term on his record Cirt to review the case of a Senator. JULIAN WARREN I
Gottlieb camps.
r It is bad enough that decent citl-
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to halt racial Imbalance. Another proposal that met with of accomplishments. Andrews Mississippi schoolteacher i cons have permitted this give it up. .. .
This proposal adds fire to cur, stiff opposition amid fears that Is the first Negro to be appointed ,. fired after she and her husband .to remain 1 in office without man impeaching -But during the brief term toll
rent accusations and grievancesby more gang disorder a may break'' to the Civil Service Board of had been active in the civil I him but to elect himto be served in the House of

I Negroes who charge the war-, out in Job Corps camps-U a diiL Hillsboro County. The appoint- rights movement. ''I the Senate; would be saying Representatives the most
on-poverty program is mls-i plan to assign friends to theyame } ment was made by Cor. Burns. Mrs. Noelle M. Henry wife 1 that we citizens condone Immorality notable- nd the most
managed by ''IIud-pl ktd'1 camps in groups. The support Burns is getting of Dr. Aaron Henry, Mississippi I and conflict of Interest disgraceful-.thing that he did
,
from leaders I State president of the Na- cast the only vote agaiiut
'local organizations throughout, More than 300,000 young mend! prominent Negro I In office. was
the nation. and women 16 to 21 years old;!, I who supported him previously I, tlonal Association for the ... -' ." ., Increasing your homestead exemption -
: !!to
Civil rights leaders said' applied to enter the Job Corps Li based on the fact that Burns, Advancement of Colored $":"' '' to 10000.
'i "Since Negroes are more no.\ last year. Acceptances have, r '. .L ':'" ,. .-.!,.....JOHN 13.F._Yf1LLlAMS- kept bis promise to appoint 'j' People, bad taught in the Coa- : < Like Claude Smith he's reluctant

merous at the poverty level. It. been on a first-come first served I CONWAY .[District2J) ,Duval County Negroes to significant posts- homa County Miss, school system to approach Negro voters
the most notable being his for 11 years. 'l; directly for votes. He, too, Ls
>is logical that their number basis after undeslrablesj Rev. Williams has had a color appointment -
should be, larger than whites, such u serious criminal offenders -| Mrs. Alice Conway who hay. ful career, having starred as ai : of Clifton G. Dyson. I She sued the school board in s satisfied that Frank Hampton
screened out. bWetballandbasebaU to the Board of Regents. :1962 after it failed to renew can deliver him the Negro vote
are ,
1 been active in politics for i football
many Burns contract.: r while he is busy promoting a
supporters declaring her teaching
are -
: (rears is running for the Legislature University,i
Gift For J pennsylvaanlanndd that In its to the loan
against seasoned at Clark University never before in the petition Supreme company.
a
I ]later, Fred Schultz legls- in ..Atlanta in the late' :history of Florida have Negroes (Curt the Legal!'Def.nse Fund, There's a lot more we can sayabout '
been appointed such meaningful :''which is a separate organization Bill Basford, but what
twenties.* J I poets, not even GOT. Leroy from: the NAACP al le C.a r we've said should be enough U
In dhir ports of the state Negroes (Collins: who took a stand for that the school board's action .it isn't see page 12.
who have filed for House :morality and Justice.Jacksonville's in denying Mrs. Henry employ* Now, this Is what we know t
Development'a& ,posts?.: : Rev. Dallas ment was arbitrary and violated '1 about Julian Warren who has .
i Sraham, pastor of Mt. Ararat her constitutional! rights. held the County Commission
QUINCY, Fla.-FAMU-A J Baptist Church, under Gov. The suit, which alleged that post since he was appointed in e
graduate oftheFtoridaAAMUniversity 1 Burns was the first Negro i Mrs. Henry was not rehired -. 1951. During his term of office
wJb College of Law,John i ippolnted to the Duval County because of her and her PAT CONROY he has paved andsurfaced .
Dorsey Due Jr., has qualified 'Welfare Board,a position which husband's civil rights The FLORIDA STAR is not attempting something like 400 miles of
and campaigning u a candidate I fives him an opportunity to workto ; activities, was dismissed In to tell anybody how to roads.A .
I for the Florida State Set t I provide aid for the poor andaeedy. Federal District Court. The vote but we believe that Negroes friendly, ...,-to-reach
: Date. District No. 6. i iAlcee I Circuit Court of Appeals subsequently should know those who do not commissioner Warren has
J Other Negroes appointed to I upheld the dismissal. deserve their votes. worked for the newly completed !
Hastings a well-known ,state and federal positions by i In the trial of Mrs. Henry's Joe Carlucci Is a nice fellow : Juvenile Shelter the Court -
Ft. Lauderdale attorney. Has- I,Burns include: I,1II1t. Coahoma County school who had a good reputation lathe House parking lot, recreational
I KENNEDY tings' qualification marks the D. T. Larkins State Board officials testified that her coni Insurance business. faculties and sidewalks in the
i first time a Negro has run for i I Funeral Directors and Em- I i tract was not renewed because All we know about Francis county for school children's
Another female seeking election a legislative post from 1 that almers.1COUDtJ | | her husband was a defendant in "Pat" Coy roy is that he served safety. He is also responsible
to the House Is Miss Sarah Mrs. Fannie Ponder Division a libel suit and was also facing as a member of the School Board for the first boat landings in
Kennedy a recent graduate of :A,: fifth generation native of c rf Child Training Schools. morals charges.The where he took a stand for equal I Duval County.
Edward Waters College and a Gadsden County Florida,whose Again we say, we're not telling -
< James Otis Mobley, Board ofCrustees ;i courts dented attorneys' teacher pay and better schools.He .
newcomer to the civic and former slave forebears settled anybody how to vote. We're
of the Florida AIM attempts to prove that the is acilcworkerudam.mber
PRESENTATION-Bishop Hatcher, chairman of the Boarder political field.voTi there over 100 years ago is acandidate ,University Hospital.J. I charges against Dr. Henry of the Rotary club which Is which Just providing you with the facts
for the dare
Management Is full of smiles after recelvlngthe check for $500 Florida State R. E. Lee Jr., Florida were part of a pattern of harassment known nationally u an organi Think we it anyone torefute. -
from Francis "Par"Conroy for the construction: theLaymea'i ,'Legislature. Advisory Council on Mental for civil rights activity. ration that promotes better over iadvoteyorrown
He is Lee Watson 22 mind. Don't be led( misled
Johnny or -
Auditorium and Citizens' Gymnasium. Plans specifications MAY 3 freshman Retardation Also denied was an attempt to community life. tickets
student Florida ) letters
are now on theardl,1tecb' a survey has been made and the ,AAM at Mrs. Elaine B. Cox, member Continued on Page I Conroy is known to many Negro out by folk or put
University in nearby Tallahassee. by who only function: at
he boring I Bard of WeltreOruge citizens and his efforts to se
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WE MUST GIVE OUR CHILDREN

MEMBER A SENSE OF PRIDE IN BEING '
1"-. BLACK. ,THE GLORY OF OUR FHST By CLAWZKL BROWN
AND THE DIGNITY OUR PRESENT I "
NEGRO p'l.>u D"'mql'itJ; ; : a TL MUST LEAD THE tW TO THE When we leisurely live from day to day,

,.; ,:POWER OF:OUR FUTURE." :f ;;;: enjoying the many good things that are
._ ,RIP AMNCLAyytJWe211: / "1'1"r;. f/ J taken:for granted, such as rain, water,

ERIC 0: SiMPSON..Milatiir: I .EditorBIIDAUOTEN..Circu1atitp. ,Z .J.l/lill! ; goo? clothing, and housing; :many timeswe
;. ,' ." "tiJJ'i a :" forget the importance of love as a.

Maaifer r ,'Y .R.", ., .II.. YJ. motivation for our existence.One .
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; 4 ; :
;:'." ,'j ';../'Ii.; ( of the ways love and affection is reinforced -
,] :. tol : '
i'. ". '' ; .11"I.. '':.' ,id through the loss of a relative

2323 Ni.criif Itii.' '.. ,Pkaii Elfin 4-532 ,, 1* I, ""/:folrr'" ,:;'!" or friend. It 'is merely coming face to
,';','ff';( I. I '.1' \" ':'; face with stark reality The loss of any-
; oi'rl tangible or Intangible
thing
Miiliaf Address ,;
causes a person to feel the

P. 0. Box, 599 Jacksouille, Florida 32201 pangs of heartbreak, but It
unconsciously says, "I 1 will

MIAMI OFFICE preserve. and protect all of
4 9 (try precious: belongings bet-
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731 HW. .3rl ATI. Phons 377-1025. k ter. "
When a loved one passes, the

-evo.SUBSCRIPTION RATES greatest gift he or she can .

One year $6.00 Half Year; $4,00 I leave is the legacy of I love. For loveis
a' feeling of warm attachments. Love emphasizes -
liajled to YOU Anywhere in the united States
payable in advance strength depth, sincerity and
Subscription
Send Check or uoney order to; h1R ti i'1F' yjOEPROUDO + 4 ,3, 1 warmth of feeling, suggesting also tender-

ness, as for a chlld'or parent, devotionand
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BQX59S loyalty as to friends or family; reverence -
Jacksonville; L Florid"The J t s ; as for God and passion as for man

or woman.

Cibsn Mrs. W. W. Schell wife of the Chairmanof
Rehgee ProblemThe the Board of The Jacksonville Urban

1 League, was a person who left a I legacy of

Cuban Refugee versus Negro employ- BEING PROUD OF WHAT YOU ARE IS h HALF OF THE IATTIE! love as exemplified by the hundreds who
.
ment problem has loomed into the politicalarean. payed homage to her on Monday, April 25th.

For instance, the Florida Sen- She gave love through devotion to communl-

tinel-Bulletin said "Mayor Robert King ty, family, the needy, and service through
High shows His Ship Is Sinking. "' social action. ,

One of the hull's holes letting in water Your I If any person would I like to claim I a legacy I -

was the Cuban Refugee problem, said the Weekly of love, he must work and develop the

Florida Sentinel-Bulletin, ""whuch caused kindly affection every person should have
thousands of Negroes to lose their jobs. "" for each other. With the many social

Mayor High is charged with heloing the .......eee..4S ... '.n...". p rob ferns facing this community from taxa-

Cubans get jobs, even at the expense of Guide : tion1 race relations, surely a person
Horoscope wanting to give unselfishly to good'cau-
Negroes. "Mayor may not have had any- ** *.
thing to do with it but he certainly ses, areas of interest can be found, and

didn't protest the way Negroes were treated. fulfillment, and a sense of direction ,

.e.............-t' I PABLO The ASTROLOGER' .............,.. participation and enjoyment will be re-
ed. y received as end result.

Let's be objective about the facts. Have

the other candidates for governor protested WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Silk Or 'SwimThe
the loss of jobs by Negroes? Has Burns

protested the loss of jobs by Negroes? BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
The answer is obvious. Exchange magazine, a publication of

The problem was created by the U. S. the New York Stock Exchange, recently gave

government that permitted Cuban refugeesto ARIE& and confusion reign on the 5th,J meat will turn the tables in a : many at home and In other key some facts which should be of more than
swarm the entry ports in Southern Flo- Bom March21stApril but an unexpected change in most Interesting manner. You associations may also be passing Interest to private colleges and
rida. The employers are as much to blame 19th trenda could boost your moraleto should obtain some Inkling as to threatened. Put the full force un I iyersi ties.
'as.our'' political figures in this matter. the highest level on the 6th. what tt all is about by he end of\ -of your personality behind your 'Flpures In the magazine, show that the Investment -
: Bide awhile.There ate tutor I Have Ia1tb.4 --, this first quarter. commands or achievements portfolios ,
of
Employers are profit seeking; and when that may be lying behind the ,- 60 99 l9 59 -,S4. .9. -.80, 88 18 79 .797;; take advantage of the "lucky. Princeton Columbia' Harvard
they found out that refugees would work scene which It may be In your ..CANCER( LIBRA break!" that may be yours. and Yale, just 'four private institutions ,
for lower wages than Negroes, they took Interest to ferret out before you :i iI Born 'S ip1.t 6-7fi-88-14-B8"-504- -. of learning totaled about
advantage of this economic windfall.' commit your funds re: yourself' 221\ddJvly 22ndExpect I 23i J o< :.?3rt1 APRICOR $2 billion at.the end of fiscal 1965. Of

Nothing l no politician can say would change bitloo more of than your Is prudeni.mate or someone The am- nothing. Despite the Be practical. Whether It is Bonfc (fee. this total 58.5 per cent was Invested In.

the profit motive. else close to you should not be fact that many of you may be your Job, well-being or financial ;:22rxf..JQit1HTime common stocks--the type of Investment that
The Refugee vs. Negro employment problemis the reason for dipping danger fearing the worst, while hopingfor situation that Is giving you files. You maykavebeen keeps private enterprise going and earn-
not just a' Robert King yigh Problem. ously Into personal or Joint assets the best, neither extreme cause for concern you mast accept have under the Impression We that you ing, and providing .jobs and dividends and
Just to satisfy It. A lunar may expected to predominate. the truth at face value.Put arranged your along accumulated
Let's' be fair to Mayor High. eclipse demonstrates this fact The outlook could look experience invaluable. when the most practical lines. This capital from which endowments"and
to those who allow themselvesto pretty black right from the very you are d e a ling with the realities could very well be so from your gifts to such colleges come.
be guided by the heavenly start of the month. Instead of' and the problems that they Caprlcornlan point of view. But Such schools, which prize academic free-
Students Get E.lo AidA signs. The Allans who figure taking a defeatist attitude, accept may be Imposing on you.Financial the changing world In addition dom, depend largely on endowments and
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among this group will also recognize it as a challenge that you J strains may be the most to volatile stellar pattern,may ,: gifts from pnivate enterprise and Individual -
a good thing when they can stand up to and overcome. difficult ones to cope with. In have other plans in store for I savings.That .
But If you permit your worries: some Instances, because of the you. Continue to remain pre- .
An
see one. opportunity to obtain
special employment program designed to the Job for which are to be overly magnified by too I demands that the necessitiesor pared for developments from they should be Interested In having
provide services to students of ten predominantly qualified, and the Interesting you 'vivid J.D' imagination, you are urgencies of living may be could knock out your Job their i students understand the importance

Negro colleges In Florida has ,renumera oo. that goes along inviting the stresses and strains levying on your pocketbook. under you not necessarily fof private enterprise, and its relationship -'
been launched according to Labor Secretary with It, should not be 'passed ,that are the principal products The unexpected: In some mysterious through any fault of your own. to a free country is dramatical ly'lf-
W. Willard Wirtz. The is also set up under any circumstances :of worry.The Cancerians whose form, may be openinga Well-being must also be considered
program lustrated their
without at least making a try I wisdom has enabled them to door for you which will give Any Indulgences that by ownership of stock In
for 18 other states and the District of for Jt.' navigate these troubled waters you entry to the treasure trove j could threaten It should be I Il U.S. business and industry.
Columbia. 2 40.22.15.48.237 I i safely up to this point may have of excellent solutions and the l, dropped at once as soon as you I i : There I is no .more. ) I Important job for
Last year, a pilot program produced nearly the privilege of enjoying one of J easing of economic pressures. are aware of the possibility. r schools that priIe "academic freedom to accomplish -
I 800 jobs for Negro students and the 'TAURUS.' the most exhflaratlngsurprisesIn Lfbrans can now expect to obtain 8-60-44-16-68-368.I than to teach the fundamentalsthat
their lives. AQUARIUSI
Born April the co-operation of key
local offices of the Federal-State Employment underlie*
2.10.77.15.46.386LEO allies I'1 I representative governmentand
surpassing what they hID Jan.
Service will have an intensifiedand -20th-May 20fhi were able to enjoy in previous I i| :20th.Fb.19*h the dependence of freedom on free In-
expanded program this I year. Are you sure? While there I Is months dustry. This is not because Industry Is
no doubt that have Bom Juljp I.. 20 -,55 14.39.832SC0PIQ Go by the book. Now that you
It seems that the emphasis will I I be upon you many sacred, but because the future of Individual -
loyal and dependable friends, 23d.Aug.: .. 22nd have possibly learned your lesson -, ,
finding employment for graduating seniorswho there could always be one While it may be about time to: freedom in school and business Is In-
per- Easy come, easy goes
are planning to enter the work forceon son who Is sowing trouble and many Leos like to make a show ,Born Oct. start applying tt In the management Selarable from private enterprise.
a fulltlme basis, and yet the registryfor distrust. Anyone frying to convince of their status and opulence,the ..241btiov.J2 d of your cash and worldly Academic freedom and private enterprisesink
part-time and summer jobs will be you that your marriage :wiser ones among you are well Appearances> mislead. You affairs tt generally the per or swim together.
actively maintained in the or other close associations are .aware that other people's> In- may close the books as far as son with a plan who goes the
program.We wrong could have an ulterior when gambles or speculations are farthest wit would be In your
;jterest lags your fortunes YES WE ALL
urge students of the following colleges purpose In mind. It may be .drop. Consequently, it Is wiser concerned since powerful In Interest to give this theory a I TALK
to seek'these services : Bethune- yourself or it may be your possessions I kte be more reserved and to. fluences are conspiring to stack: full tryout Gnard against the ,
Cookman College, Volusia Community Colleges that they desire. But :put aside all that you can from .up the odds against you. Also pitfalls that are there to trap Managing the MeetingsToo
Edward Waters what ever it Is, make certain .your regular earnings. Ambl- t try to keep unfounded suspicions the unwary who may be Inclined
College Suwannee
,that you are not Jumping from 'thong ventures Into which over your mate or partner's ac to do things Impulsively rather
Junior Co Hebe, Rosenwald Community College the frying pan into the fire may be pushed by your friends you, boos from getting too firm t than logically. And if your closest often a meeting is left to run Itself -
Florida Memorial College"oGlbbsJunior There no doubt exists a rather or desires could cost you much bold on you since they could companion has some exaggerated and naturally It runs wild. Remem-
College FAMU, and Roosevelt* trying situation that confusesyou ,If not more, than any amount impel you to commit Injustices Ideas about success and ber the popular song that says, "Run-
Junior College. and stands in the way of that you can take In. Unless to your eventual detriment. how to attain it, you would do '
nib wild lost.control.tt
done
the fulfillment of your hopes. you have made provisions You should be In a much: better well to puncture Cot particular t "
File applications with your local city- This could leave you open to against all unpleasant surprises ,''position to pall Judgment on balloon before it takes yon both: First of all the chairman must know

county U. S. Employment Services offices. the call of romance under the you could be on top one such matters with the help of Jar afield. parliamentary law thoroughly and In this
t most unusual clrvumstances.' !day and way down in the dumps :'unusual occurrences or elrcumstaDc. | -40- 55- M-.34 -485 way he can keep the business with
5-50-88- 48 597 100 i the next. Avail yourself of .., lion among you moving
GEMINI :,legal counsel or of the services ;!who remain In the state of single As. Jl ease and dispatch. A chairman who makes a
Stedents Elected President i of professionals In your field bliss may arrive at the conclusion mistake every time he opens his mouth ,soon
;.m, May: to make certain that your pro- 1 that a unique andutremeITlnttrestJDctrlell4wouldmab. '9Jh.MarJatfiKeep learns that the members lose re'spectfor
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2ht:1v"e 21st J Jects will not come to naught, .] tIGubtI.-cnt": Ko mat him. This I Is natural.I : .
'an urea more desirable. life ter what you say or bow you say
Hand in The Gemlnians 5-20-44-12-40-1797
'It is with pride that we take note of the hand. Interestedin IR c=ompan1co. it, you can almost bet your bottom Second, there must be an agenda .and time-
fact that Bobby Reid became the first among your you material who are welfare as as In J'ons-Aug.Q.. 7 60 77 r IS 58 388S'ASITURIOt dollar that someone Is going able.' The meeting must not be permitted

Negro to be elected president of the stu- the development of the spirit 23rd-S ; 22nd. .1 I,I to repeat It andprcbaMy distort to run beyond the time '. eduleor else
dent body at Miami-Dade Junior College stand the best chance making pt. ,.Bom Nov. its meaning. It seems as U you one will get the Imprrssion that the busi-
bad better stick to familiar
rreentl y. gains on both fronts. There's I It doesn't add up. Some rather .23rd-p.ec, 2ht surroundings ness operates on "C-P time. This kind
and
pMlfttptilft and
nothing like being practical as .troublesome developments Look for reasons Dlsappolnt-
: 'reputation I is not good.
Young Reid Is, 18 years of age and hails, well as cultured or artistic. could live you the Impression meats or any other ordeals that avoid getting Into longdrawn
from Madison, Ga. ; he collected 1,1430' The benefits to be collected that nothing will ever be rightany may have overtaken you recently I I I out controversies that nay only Third, the convention must be well plan-
votes to 1,101 for his nearest opponent, from your ideas and strivings more. The last chance to are very likely to aenre good !I leave you more confused than ned and every detailed spelled out. Noth-
I
Jack Norris. should be mainly yours and mend a broken association ;purpose In the lives of many I I! you were at the beginning TakeKau ing must be overlooked, and the operationsmust
not allowed to slip into should be weighted from allangles It Is cue from the past and remain -
away ;Saglttarlans. through rugged move efficiently.
Nothing can stop a man if he has "what on terra firm,personally
the hands of people who think to make certain that you experience that most
i it takes. I If (ft is i i i it persons and financially. This couldpre-
Impossible
may that the world exists for them .are serving your future Interests develop the qualities that
take a little longer. Yet, it can be ..ooe. An eclipse reveals difficulties In the best way tOIl can. ;make them unusually capableor vent dowthat some sort of family show- READERSFor
done. stemming from health Other difficulties that arise regardlng i authoritative. Try not to could easily spread
'or: working conditions. Do not travel, religion i burn the candle at both ends and become a source of mall- my free public 'speaking
Congratulations pamphlet
Bobby Reid, and may your 'permit yourself to be too badly I-nwe or legal controversies, I i during this quarter for a lunar clams gossip. A united front send two and ,
term of office prove that you are worthy hurt by disappointments for this are not being exactly savored the confidence place in your ability"as would undermine your will to by a lunar eclipse. Wblie confusion ,|price may be exacted from understanding.joint efforts and envelope to Dr. M. H. Boulware,
elected president of the student make the fullest use of your seems to reign unchallenged I those who do. This also may. Florida 'A&M:University, Box 310-A, Tallahassee -
body. knowledge and abilities.: Doubts surprising c1tytl",:- l be a rather try Ing day when bar-* 3 20- U II 17 384, Florida 32307..aia > .

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Jaxons Participating In Tea Held Recently At Raines High School

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*here. In the flrt scene from left are H-H- && 1Ir. R.E ?. c. Hammer. H. 0. Kennerly and Mrs B. R. Perry Walker
TEA EVENT Juana who participated In the Patio Rainbow ... In the F. Mrs R.Mlles Mrs.E,Green,Mrs.M. Pearson*
Griffln.Mr..E.A7iWMr : In
.Tw held at William Raines High school lot Sunday are ReD Poole, M1ae!.!._Mm R.fW following scene .the same order ur:KI..C;Ttampsan! Mrs. lI'rs. Pierce _
-' _Stall Ado oy Bill Brown.
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YMCA Variety Night I

I Socially Speaking Show RescheduledThe

LOUISE GUINYARD
Branch
Johnson YMCA'sannual
WAIXRELIEFIf I
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Nu Beta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Bennett, and Ann Monroe were recipientsof \ Boys Night Variety i
Fraternity, Inc. climaxed Its Regional prizes. School, which was scheduled J
Conference with a grand ball held last Daisy Gill l lard, Pauline Doris, Geraldine for Friday May, has 91n been New Stanton rescheduled High
Saturday evening In the Civic Auditorium. Hilliard, Norma R. White, Clestlne Nicks, School Auditorium, beginning you want tax relief Fred Schultz
Fraters and guests danced to harmonious Emma Lee George, and Sara Lovette were at 8 P.m. done.II i in the Fred best Schultz position to get the job MIL FRED I
White I and his other members Comedy acts, dance routinesand serves on the
sounds created by Eugene among present musical selections will be Tax Reform Commission and is the
band. featured. Prizes for the best leading candidate for the Speaker
tttttttttttt dance, best costumes and best of,the House. In these positions of SCHULTZREPRESENTATIVE
************ comedy will beawardedtoclubsparticipating leadership he can be a Floor Leaderfor
The top award at Federated Garden Circles on program. the people in getting needed ad
The FAMU Playmakers gave a superb performance annual spring tea was. presented? to High- "Miss Ora-Y" for the ensuing valorem tax relief.
school will be
crowned.
In "Purlle" Victorious"' last land Heights Garden Circle. year
Entries are from R. E. Payne,
Monday evening In Civic Auditorium. .. The spring flower tea was held last Mary McLeod Bethune, R. V.
I The presentation was under thevauspices: Sunday at the Myrtle Avenue Branch Library Daniels, A. L. Lewis,. Isaiah FRED SCHULTZ
High School fac- Blocker and West Jacksonville
of the New Stanton Senior .
Mi educational
kept pledge to http Improve
ulty. Mrs. I. H. Burney, Mrs. Olga Bradham, and Schools Tickets datedfor April pportunitici by introducing legit-
29 will be used for the show.
Mrs. Percy C. Overman were judges of the Door lotion utkorising the Junior College for
prices will also
************ flower.. entries, which had eleven circles be awardeClosing' Oyrol County
competing. FRED'SCHULTZIntroeluced '

Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur Jones'she( East Springfield Garden Circle palces ExercisesSet logiilatfon to create the To. t s
is the former Miss Annie Bell Minatee) second In the show; Rosebud' Garden Circle. Reform Commlitlon whose duty It to teak s
will be honored at a reception, Saturday, qualified for third place; and' Azalae For May 26 en equitable beak for Just Taxation.
April 30. at 5BIU Begonia Road Garden circle received honorable mention FRED, SCHULTZ
r -ThfVecefrtt6frs"belng; given by ,Mrs. East Springfield, Garden. Circle placed On May 26, the Cooper's Academy served 01 Chairman of the tub-committee
'Jon'.:H :!"'afiQM&, :. "' n1d, ; },sbaiterMi first 'In- the?financial drive, 'and the' clays will In the bold school Its closing auditorium.exer- Scholarship which wrote,bit the!. State Student Loan and

I natee.! group was, awarded loving cup. Iris I cfr- Kindergarten and first grade
, ''Friends of the couple have been sent personal cle placed second' I'n this event and classes will continue through FRED SCHULTZ +
invitations. college Park circle rated third.tttttttttttt the summer. strongly' supported the Port Authority; Bill
Upper grade registration will which hat already brought now industries'
tttttttttttt be announced at a later time. and 'job opportunities to Ouval' County.

FRED SCHULTZ GROUP I 7A
American; Legion
'feral Mackey was hostess when Kevinettes The A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA has announced worked for and supported ,Itglilatlon' '
Bridge Club held Its most recent meeting.The Saturday morning dance classes for chil- Authorlt which created,. the Duvol' County Hospital( I

setting was her Kinwood Avenue home. dren. The classes begin at 11:00 a.m. Meeting Slated' i FLOOR LEADERFOR / t
Essie D. Sllva of Miami was a special and are taught by Mrs. Barbara Jones. The Jacksonville Post No.197, FRED SCHULTZ
guest at the meeting. More detailed information may be secured of the American Legion, will now I""",at the Haute Member on the
Barbara Harper, Dorothy Oliver, Doris from the YWCA, 516 West Eilghth Street. hold a special meeting on 14a.J. I every Bond Education Review Board Committee and hat of the served Haute.Pali on. THE PEOPLE
3, 8 p.m. at the legion home :
2179 Benedict Rd. Election of
( PolltUil Ad by Tnt. IcrtulU)
Omega 12 Club officers for Legion posts and 1
for the department convention 'I
ltounmato SIEVE Holds Fashion ShowThe will be held tititttt at this meeting

Omega Twelve Social Club
1824 WEST BEAVER will sponsor Mrs Ethel Spears
and Mrs Corlne Waters in a
830 CASSAT AVE. fashion chow, displaying spring
and summer wears Saturday at
3701 EMERSON 8 p.m., In the auditorium of
School Douglas Anderson Senior High Why did Colonel Taylor


Mrs Baker Tickets,Marl Mrs may Toombs Barbara be secured,Tolliver Mrs from C., make his Bourbon in a castle?

Mrs. Evelyn Manning, M r I.
Mary Hicks, Mrs Lillle Anderson
SLICED 'OR SLAB Mrs. Martha Jamison,
Mrs Myrtle Smith,Mrs.Nadine
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TN 2 Brown, Mrs Bessie Sands,

LBS. Madelyn Mrs. Marion Knox.Jackson Tickets and may Mrs also In 1887 Colonel Edmund H. Taylor Jr.,

be purchased the school.Mrs. i i set out to find a special kind
Beulah McClellan will serve u of water to make Bourbon with: fez

n rrator. limestone spring water ,7 c C' an'

C PTA And Faculty This water has a ,,&W" "

PICNICS 39 ( unique flayor-a tantalizing
Presents Musical taste that it takes on as it

LB. bubbles limestone
through
The PTA and faculty of Rufus up
E. Payne Elementary School t. groundrock.
will present the pupils In a 'N
He found a perfect
FLA. BUDGET BRAND musical entitled, "Orbiting the spring I 4 el b t
CLB. World Through Dance," May 6 i-w near Frankfort, Kentucky; And r )
la the school cafetorlum. s he built his
27 iri next to that spring, -
Countries to be presented:
FRYERSHEAVY UJS. A., Germany, Japan, Eng distillery.Bulltittolast.in
land, Holland, Africa, Egypt, the form of a castle made '
Mexico, Switzerland France i limestone "
of the
Ireland and Russia. very
Mrs. B. White, chairman, will = I that was to give his water
WESTERN assist all grades with dances intriguing flavor Ti"its

.and selection of costumes., -- Does the Colonel's

NO Band Parents Club castle make a better Bourbon? Try 4 f

I.OIAUas Old Taylor..and taste for yourself
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1 AT THIS Presents ConcertThe

MICI EEF49 New Stanton Band Parents
Club will present the Symphonic Everything's old fashioned
LD. Band In Its annual concert May '
2 at ':19 p.m., In the Civic Au about OldTaylor-except \'
ditorium.' the people who drink it! ,.' 1 h' ":
The band, under direction of ., ,, :ti.::,.! ,:!I:'
K. D. McFarlin, has maintainedits KINTUCKY lltUMOHl OUHCON WMi,"tr.eesour,THl CIO IAYIOH BISTILlWV CO.'RANN10RTa'' '' LOUIS"' LK.KV,
superior ratings In all areas
at various musical festivals.
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.:'PAKE f STAR PAPER SATURDAY APRIL 30,19&l

.. .. -.". iK;l' ." Mt.
Calvary Bapt.
Women
Baptist I ,''',i..

Jo Hold Confab I If f Women's Day Set

Annual Women's Day will be
The Senior Women's District observed June 28 in Mt Calvary
,Convention auxiliary to toe
Church.
East Florida and Bethany Baptist Baptist
'" The officers are: Mrs. Or aLee
Association, will observeits :; Riley chairman Mrs.Cre-
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36th annual conference day .
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Mable
Mrs.
ola Threadcraft
5 In Mt. Calvary Baptist
May Doris Hamilton
Dunbar Mrs. ,
Church. Mrs. AU reda Douglas, co-
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The participants Include:Mrs. Mrs. Hannah
Annie Smith, Mrs. Bills Cook, chairmen
Mrs.Marva
Holman secretary
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Mrs. M. L. Polite Mrs. Annie
finance chairman Miss
Wright, ;
L. Hun Mrs. M. L. Johnson, chairman
Alveda Wright, publicity -
Mrs.. Esther Boatwrlght, Mrs
Mary Washington Mrs. Her- } ; Mrs.; Mrs.Retha Gussie Foxworth,1treasurer Gray,
tense Neal,Mr..Sulle McGraw a : decoration; Mrs. Beatrice Tar-
Mrs. Renalda Jenkins Mrs. *
Davis Mrs. Juanita '. ry, deacon chairman.
Maggie ,
have been plannedfor
Brown, Mrs. Leslye Myers, Freddie Davis and the w r Programs the major services.
Mrs. Loretta Bloung.Mrs.Lena Shadows shown here )
'George; Mrs. Annie Patterson, presented in a recital, ) Benefit Protract
Mr. H. B. Miller Mrs. MaryDaniels May 1. at the Church are shown at a recent
Mrs. Essie Brown Bethel Baptist Church I his leadership In the community, A benefit program will to pre
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: Theodore -
Ret.. C.llltcheURev.
W. Avenue. years. From left: Mrs. Prlscllla: sented in Greater Zion Grove
Lee and Rev. W. M. Hill. -
; ; president Mrs. Mattie Pollack, Baptist Church April 29.
Ml) Prural Date Sit Fir : ; Grant treasurer; and Mrs. Doris The participants will include
Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mrs. Mary Solomon Timmons, Mrs. Etyiel\
Solar; 'Misicil & D. Bannister Sing ing Trumpets -
.. Mrs. S. Staten and others.
Group 4 ci the Department SLUG- NION
of Bay Spring Baptist C h arc hwU Deaconess Board 1 of I
present a program Sundayat Progressive Baptist !
5:45:: p.m. The discussion will sponsor a musical
topic will be led by Mrs. N. W. May 8 at 7 p.m., in the
Weaver and Deacon A. Smith. auditorium. .; FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST
Other participants are: Mrs. The program will All Services Sunday In Fellowship Baptist Church begin with the
Katye Strickler, Mrs. N. Merman Singing Wonders and : Sunday School at 9:30: a.m.At 11 o'clock,morning service. Rev.
Miss Debn Ann WblU1eld, sponsored by Mrs. G. H. Hamilton, pastor, will deliver the message.At 6 p.m., the
Mrs. A. Tharrya, and Lugene son.MOOUCI ; Lord's Supper will be administered. The districts will sell dinners -
Felton. ; at Saturday in the home of Mrs.Doris Davis 925 W. 25th St.,
beginning at 12 o'clock.
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t 111 Sunday services in Evergreen Baptist Church commence with
; the Sunday School at 930am.Morning service at 11 o'clock and
the evening service at 6:30: o'clock. Choir 2 wWrender the music.
,' .. .- District 7 will meet 2.30p.m.: Silver Tea will be sponsoredwith
\ ':, Rev L. Phoenix as speaker. Deaconess Board will meet
after the morning service and District meet at the churchat
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'l'" :30 5 p.m.Rev.H.H.Wright;pastor will have charge of the services -
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J:::, oii rMt .;..- : MT. ZION BAPTISTMt.
UI N MYRTLE AVE.The. Zion Baptist Church southslde,services Sunday begin with
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ties, Ind eo'wh4el' Vast/ .... .v.mAceblll' the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
,what Mnntnf not port..yat only lifts 01"1.plrlt s,.drunken.,,, ,. but 0:0"1.1.::" '.' m.;: O e Rev. H. L. Herod, pastor, will deliver the sermon. BTU at
book into .nether au .t sward bu* 4.30p.m.: with President A.Jackson
serviceat
Editor' Note: Md. Almtelf war offered do 1r./f presiding.Evening
,beta.ant ohs': tt Ioad would rob Center, Alm: U of,.a,rapt a sm.t.sr PfOee'oIft tt.ndtnf.honor Iof su "- O the 6 day.ABYSSINIA o'clock.. Choir 2 and Usher Board 2 will serve throughout

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.rUN SEA TROUT MACHIS* to .. LB BAPTIST
Holy Communion service will be observed
: Sunday at 4 p.m..'
.bftchri"se/ne"S thcrt tuwtr!tt Slim mikri_M lIltuNt _ptrt-oum 01_problem.'l: In Abyssinia Baptist Church with Rev. B. L. Wynn, pastor, to
charge. All choirs and ushers will serve. SundaySchool begins
BEACH WHITING Lb. at 9:30: a.m., Deacon W. R.McNeal In charge Testimonial service -
Our 'lonl MuAt.. 'eat Othe hUhfd ": ; will be held at 11 a.m.with the pastor presiding. The Male
rodvet,0/0 and to most suet btttsr tMn s iota 'kd Chorus and Usher Board will serve.Baptismal service will be
held at 11 a.m., May 8.
SHRIMP BOAT WHITING. Ib. .
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A LOCAL mODVCT Baptist Association Education Day Set

' LARGE ROE MULLET lb. be Rev. Lloyd Thompson, Mrs.
The annual Education Day ob-. Virginia ,Watts and Miss Cyn-
PLAN IICZIN
eft tad .011 ., servance of District Ushers ',The U 'A
Mum. 1It' d. tad "" eft tptb 0' tae 4nerlst.. tbla Kendrlck. program
muoh tn.sohttee vII" 1./1./ Union,' auxiliary to the Cast tolng sponsored for the benefit V
LB. Florida and Bethany Baptist of Christian Education.: Allpro-***
RED SNAPPER ,v*...' : Association, will be held Sun- ceeds will be donated to Flo.ldaday
moDvciD. err rns.tiArroT BANKS : be at 3 p.m., in First New Memorial CoUege. v
: Zion Baptist Church.

: Appearing on program wWbe: ...

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HERE'S I ; : .1 YOU Don't LOW Have To PRICESDRUG Go To Town To Get,





MEANS STORE NEEDS.

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Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug storeWE
WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAl
Tom Greene will? 'papers we Deliver. we also fill all Doctors -

Prescriptions.Dixie .

County's fax problems on Pharmacy


1. L.f illation t. provM a larger ,

talc tux for fecal schools.

\1.302 Kings Road .At Myrtle Avenue
2. Uf islation to liminoU star and

west and Inefficiency. Phones Elgin 5. 597 -98

3. Uf illation t. itrvn t. Duval) ---- ---' ---. .

of state taxes. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE


The question before you as a voter is .BILLS, AT, OUR. STORE
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crisis.through. the Legislature a sound j


Tom Gr.....'. two forms in the r '

membership in the delegation ;

the 1963 session, are your ,."

formance in the .....t.. r.Rooo I


Tom Greene's experience as on j

man chi.fly concerned with real stodLS4ZEN ,

guarantee th.t .bf ben the .

to help solve our e4 valorem tax
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James W. Ivy Urban ''Journalism SocietyNegro The Last Blow Ask Protection For

League "
Retires As ." NAACP PresidentNEW
Editor This Female Had
*"';!!i't : YORK Following tele

Crisis EditorNEW : DesigN ProgrCIII s ATLANTA-(NPI)-A coveted SOMIS, Calif. -NPI)) TU phone calls threatening the life
honor recently was bestowed said that the male of the species of Mrs. Irene Smith, presidentof
.. George M. Coleman, can't win for losing and the New Jersey State NAACP
NEW
YORKJames W.Ivy, YORK (NPI- The National upon Refujlo
n Atlanta World Moreno, 32, kinds Gloiter B. Current, NAACP
Dally managing
with
editor of The Crisis, monthly '' I'I' Urban League's threeyear agrees
director of branches and field
editor when he inducted this.
was
j designed to
program spur
of the National Aisociation ,
organ for the Advancement of .... .-,. '. Increased Negro participation into membership In Sigma Chi, Moreno and Miss Delflne Be- administration, called upon
In community aUaLr.basenter.ed national journalistic society. dolla, 41, got Into an argument'while Governor Richard Hughes to
Colored People, sinc.1950,has
retired Its second year of operationIn His induction Into the oldest, he was preparing lunch provide "roundtheclock"protection :
10 cities. largest and most exclusive organization In his apartment. At the height for her
Mr. Ivy becam.th.ftrstmem.ber of the Mr. Current also sent a telegram
In the journalismfield heated while
of the NAACPsWUoreUr.under During this year, participantswill exchange,
a plan Introduced In 1955 become Involved in specific marks the first time that he was stirring a pot of beau, to Attorney General Nicholas
the Atlanta chapter has selected Miss Bedolla'went outside J Katrenbach requesting
,
community action projects political ,
by Executive Director Roy WUklns. Y 'Investigation and
a for poured a glass of kerosene appropriate
Negro membership froma
: action assemblies to
..
and scheduled
He Mr
Ivy are "
teach the political facts of life; A graduate of Unclon (Mo.) can, returned and tossed the protective measures.
to leave for
a long sojournIn Mrs. Smith has been
School of Journalism fluid onto the subjected
and public education assemblies'to University open flame
the Netherlands on April%3. I to a series of) threatening calls
A
he has several avardsfor "whoosh" and
won flames
define the role of citizens in engulfed
The retlrededltorJolnedThe t the educational process. his newspaper.artlc .. Moreno's clothes He had by persons who identify themselves
Crisis staff in 19-431. editorial
an the as (Klansmen becauseof
Political: assemblies have already presence of mind to run
assistant to Mr.Wilklnswho her activity In
opposing a
been held In Los outside and roll in the dirt
Chicago,
then edited the majailneln Ku Klux Klan rally near Bridge-
addition to bis duties as assistant Angeles and Springfield, Ohio ton, N, J. -
executive secretary.In .!if. \I:, No date has been set for the assembly ,
1945 Mr. Ivy was named managing : ." ?\\i' la St. Louts
: Public education assemblieshave
editor and promoted to editor ff '
'IiI. been held In Baltimoreand
in 1950.Educated '''
"
at Virginia Union 't '.;.. Cleveland, with Miami and t1v
University and New York University '\' \. ,. ,. Wichita to hold sessions on OSBORNBRYANT I.
Mr. Ivy has been a \ \. May 7 and Washington, D. C.
on May 2122. New Orleans has
'
teacher at Hampton Institute, ,.
literary editor of the Messenger ..,. scheduled Its assembly for Sep
magazine and managing tember.
editor of the liberal magazine

Common Sense.A JOY. -$2,000 WORTH Two Detroit,outU,Miss Star la Goggtos, 19, an unemployed reception
selected Art winners, 21, drama student working his way through Iran;State University,wert I HOUSE OF
as of$1,000 scholarships for their performances all-Negro opportunity VOTE FOR FAIR
young it her jtlrl'i bathtub but! "beautyshop" ,musical show, "Come Alive Faces for '60," sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, De I REPRESENTATIVESCKOUP
troit. The happiness mirrored on the faces of the winning pair Is reflected In the smile of REPRESENTATIONELECT
Edwin K, Shober, Pepsi's marketing vice president, who made toe presentations. (NPI Photo) I II I "V I 5




Royal Art Studio NAACP Tours Five President CitiesNEW HEIFERS Religion FOR DELTA And Race I I I M CHURCH LEADER M. C.Mwi.141wgd o. Chunk YOUTH LEADER

t V..trymon Cub Pack #4
YORK Klvie Kaplan, PORTLAND, Ore (NPI> J
? LOST president of the National Association Heifers Project, Inc.. an Interfaith ., Junior Warden Scout Troop *4
for the Advancement of agency which provides
I Colored People, Is making a livestock and agricultural aid t Pr.'d.nt-Parlah' Council Pop Warner Football
: tour which covers five cities. to the needy around the world
Beginning in Jackson, Miss., bas adopted the poor familiesIn COMMUNITY LEADERAthletic
OUR on April 11, Mr. Kaplan is proceeding Mississippi Delta area who Chairman-Hyde Pork Dodt' Club
to 22 have few acres of lands, but
Memphis, April ,
no funds and very little food. PN.ld.Ilt-Lake Shore Athletic Association
1 Philadelphia
Raleigh, N. C., May ;
May 10; and Chicago,' Through donations totalling $1, Preald.Ilt-LQkt Slior Jr HI Band boosters
i1 LEASENOW 11. 000, the Greater Portland Coun-
May
cil of Churches baa managed Alice Conwayto VOTE FOR LEADERSHIPVOTE
INDUSTRIES MANY to ship three heifers, costing
'$300, each, to the Delta's pov FOR OSBORN BRYANT
LOCATED AT elude Florida's food products many Industries chemicalsand in. erty-stricken families,in orderto the) HOUSE OFREPRESENTATIVE .
provide milk for: the childrenin
fertiltzeri ,
I synthetic and timber I products fibers Insecticides-IncluA.lumber the area.LOOKING IJIlOIIUSSthru, : 'SOl N n J lXIIO'!\ UIIII unJI( '\ ()

710 RUSHING ST. Ing furniture and paper, cigars, AHEAD -GROUP 7
and electronic components CHICAGO-(NPI)-Looking Paid Pot Adv. Pam Politic A4TrtlMmtnt BT Cwborn Bryant
Florida is also the home of
ahead to possible problems of
geveral boat manufacturers,
SAME PHONE 3541894 plants supplying the air and bias in the Medicare program,
[ missile Industry, and many the National Catholic
small manufacturing; firms 'Conference for InterraclalJus-
tics disclosed last week the
launching of a project to obtain
equality in all aspects of medical ,. / Illn.f
and health.,The k 't '
care public : .
1 .i .u.:=:;:: ";:
drive is known as the Medical
95,00 Education Services Project,and SUPER MARKET \ .,dl ., "
will have offices In Chlcagoand ; ,
In New Orleans

... THREE DIVISIVE FORCES THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY 'AT EDGENfOOD AVE fi.

for YOUR recreation are WASHINGTONNPI"Then three polarizations dividing
men In our world,"said the Rev,,
Eugene Carson Blahlnana4-
dress befoe the two-day meeting FLA. GRADE A FRESHHENS
of the National CUi una'
RARELY in the History of the
Crusade Against Poverty International -
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE has Inn. "The first Is *
a
communist versos the free
General STATE-WIDE Money world; then rich versus poor,, 23
and equally Important, white
APPROPRIATION BILL been versus non-white/' IB.

25 YEARS
NEW YORK (NPI) -The CHEER
changed to help seven religious denominations -

the CITIZENS of ONE Methodist-Including Episcopal: the African Church-: '

while proposing a unity federation PORK ROAST 35PUREX
may have to wait 23 years
COUNTY. before the merged church is .LB.
able to draw up a final constitu-
tion. Although the preliminary
merger plan Is to be studied by
But on MAY 5, just last year, the unity group-Consultation '

on Church union-when It meetsIn
Dallas May 2-5:, it will take .
MATHEWS at least 5.13 years before the '
formation of a "federated"denomination -
V2 GAL. 10
working forYOU of the total 23 million BLEACH

members. can be affected.....,

as CITIZENS 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE- FOOD ORDER
BOARD CHIEF
CHICAGO-(NPI)-The Catholic -
of DUVAL COUNTY, representation on the

the FLOOR oi the Chicago Conference on Religionand
on
Race-a joint agency of the
local Catholic archdiocese, .
STATE SENATE 'Church Federation of Greater
:
Chicago, and the Chicago: Boardof DETERGENT SIZE59C
was successful in passing suchan Rabbis-has been upgraded
in Importance. The Most Rev GIANT
Amendment
providing John. P. Cody, newly-appointed

75,000 for an Improvement of archbishop membership of Chicago, has on accepted the- LIMIT 1 WITH 5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

I LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND State body's executive board,replacIng -
the former representative,

I Park. J.the. Hagarty Very ,Rev.vice-chancellor.Msgr, Robert CENTER CUT WHITE BACON it. 49*

RECORDED PACE 3)9,IN THE JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

Fort Valley U.S. GOOD RIB STEAK .75(


Professor BuriedFORT BANQUET FROZEN FRUIT PIES APPLE PEACH CHERRY fAMilY SIZE 25* !

I
'HNA VALLEY, Ga.NPI)-
Funeral services were held last FRESH CRISP CELERY LARGE'STALK 8t

week! for Prof. Myron A.Clem-

moos, history Instructor, Fort BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE or. 45*
Valley State College, who tad .
been found dead on the campusby

some faculty of his member colleagues.A for .eight ,. MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN 3 LB. me. 35(

rears, his death was apparently

due Survivors to a heart, In attack.addition to his GOOD HOPE EVAPORATED MILK 3 nu cm 39(.

J B mother, Mrs R. A.. Clemmons,
Include a sister, Miss Estell .
Clemmons. BALLARD .FLOUR 5 n. BO* 49. *
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PIKE I 'STAR PAPERS SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1SS6

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WEDDING BELLS Recital In Carnegie Hall Communion Rites I''a- a ._ 11_n_ts_ _cseaesa CJil' ss.,
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'Moses Edw. Walters, 1961 East Kills Packer, LoweryPeach Carl Gene Downer, 1747 Logan Af Allen Chapel, ii .STORK DELIVERIES :, I II
Tttnd $t., 23 and Gloria Jeaa Tree, Ala., 41 and Ardella Dai-, St., 20 and Aliens lY.lJtaCape- .
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Baney. 1842 Raft Ave, 21. ;ley, Attmore, Ala., 39. land, 1491 Mitchell st., 18. According to the announcement
I Mr. and"Mrs. William Green
Bade by Her. H.W.JODd,su- ,I Mr. & Mrs. William B. Dr.,-
Stephen 'Junior McKalght, 1110 ,John Wallace Anderson, 1493. Steve Johnson, 9218 Dodge Rd., tor of Allen Chapel AME Church 9619 Pansy Lane, boy. 'ton, 2618 Cra wfordStreet,GIrl,
Rusting St 97 and Mary Ernes-' Spearing St, 70 and Clara: Mae 31 and IdeUa Johnson, 9218 1531 Swan st., the Holy Com (Twins).
tine Brown, 1084 W. Duval st. Dodge Rd., 28. Mr. and Mrs. Eleanor Carlton,
Moore, 1219 Van Buren St., 50. union Rite will be administered .
963 Albert Street girl.
39.tddle. in both major services Mr. A Mrs.Joseph Brinson 1730
George Sherman Miles, 9749 Lee Foster, 192.11 pay Bunts, at 111.", and 6SOpjn. Mr. t Mrs. Joseph Brinson, 17 I
Mr. and Mrs.Ernest,Vlwn
Klnsey, 2196 W. 12th St, I i''Carnation Rd., 19 and Marge- wood LaDe 35andNincyRoher- All officer, numbers and 30 "'. llth Street, Girl.
622 Court
Apt I, IZ and Connie Bellamy. retta Lovett, 1299 W. 22nd St., ta Brisbane-, 1126 Barnett friends are requested to be I C., boy. I
1741 W. 9th St., 23. Apt. 4, It. St., 11. present and dine at master's Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Kelly 2627
I Mr. and Mrs Donald J.Collier,
table Acre Drive
Sunny Boy.
,
Chas. Edward Wlnford, 737 W. George LaGalr. Jr,I01Z PlleJp. "Marvin Eugene' Strain, 710 t Tbe' pastor Is requesting 2936 Moncrlef Road, girl I

Dnval St., 27 and Johnnie Mae St., 22 and Joan Jones,1109 Pip W. l thSt22andCenaKitchen, "get's presence and service of all ,. Mr. & Mrs. Wile, Tillman Jr., '
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pbelts
Smith, 910 W. Ashley St., 30. pins St., 19. 1418 Florida Ave., 24. Itt'trarcI8. stewardesses, trust 2719 Fairfax Street 2101 Flagg Street, Boy.
.es, missionaries, tubers, :. boy.
Allen Roberts 1120 Oakley St, Rudolph Alonio Turner, 1442 George Howard Flora, Nashville class leaders, and choirs to Mr. & Mrs. Henry Baker, 1084 \ Mr. i Mrs. Lloyd Wright, 6310
37 and Kstella Viola Manners. Francis St., 24 and Jessie Bernice Tent, 21 and Bernice serve throughout the day. W. lIst Street, Boy. Lobelia Street, Girl
1313 Pippin St, 23. : White, 922 DeWitt St., 24. Johnson, 315 Jefeerson St, 29. The' order of service is as follows -

: -
Eddie James Fuller 607 W Joseph Dukes, Jr., 2270 Calvin r Sunday School led on by Mrs.
:Hollle Lester, i50 McMillan St., 21 and Shirley Ann Thoma- ELECT
State St., 36 and Maxine BelL Amanda Gay, superintendentand U.
i St., 45 and Barbara Jean Murphy son, 2971 Highland St. 19. .
her staff of officers 9:30 JIMKING
,
607 W. State St., 29. J
I 1250 McMillan St., 20. ,a. m. J. D.
Y Alfred Carl Anderson, 1712 W. Q
Preston Bookman Jr., 2620 Aaron Hill 1038 .... Morning YorlbJp-Bol Com
Firestone CallanSt, 60 23rd St, 19 and Beverly Lucille mauls, 11:00 a.m. ,
Rd., 20 and Olivia \
and Moulle Gaines KmcallanSt
I Thomas, 1291 W. 15th St, )
Communion to the sick and
Louise Stringfleld, 3633 Mooj j 60.Furman. 20. EAGERLY looking forward to test. She recently performedfor .
crlef Rd, W., 19. her professional debut recitalat tilt AMTA In the DePaul shut-In, 3:45: p.m. YOURREPRESENTATIVE -
Evening service continuation
I Watson, 111, 1974 W. 19 Carnegie Hall, New York on Center Theatre, Chicago and -
Alver Lee Maudlin,1218 Cleve- t j th St., 29 and Myrtle Wesley Raines High School April MlssCarolynSmlth was also a soloist with the of the Holy Communion ':00 .
land St., 44 and Elouise Evonne ]i Moore, 1963 Wladle st., 28. Meyer, soprano winner of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.NPI p.m. ., .
Hartley, 1634 Ross Anne St,30. The faculty of William Raines 1965 Society of American Musie ( Photo) Friday Lore Feast. All officers GROUP 9

William Tommy Pollard, 4605 j]Roosevelt Gamble, Jr., 1399 Senior High School will presenta _' lna V/wmiv___ _Ae t4c4wt_ vale.AM....._- to be present and members and on are time urged atISO Your Vote & Support Appreciated I
I Franklin St., 18 and Shirley Ann melodrama entitled .
"Dirty .j
Moncrlef Rd. 26 and DebrisJane Musical Ear ; p.m.
Train
I 1110 Grant St. 18. New StantoH .
Reddish ,
1014 Work at the Crossroads, May :JIM KING
Allen, Ef.. 1st st., 21.. believes that our Senior Citizens and
who has e. '
2 at 8 In the school audi Anyone hearing,
p.m. c.nl I
AN Henry Lee Rivera 1333 W.15th torium. hear muiic. i builds Rited" Evangelist widows with fixed income are being deprived of and
St.I 23 and Sally Lee Brown,330 The key to overcoming what I'milt.kenly forced
of their homes
Hugh Miller Respess, 1313 S. Tbe drama Is being directedby out by unjust Homestead Taxation
W. 1st St., 20. referred to as "tone I .
3rd st., 92 and Geneva Turner, Mrs. Sara Stewart. Tbe public deafness is concentrated listening, The New :'stanton' Senior High .
1320 E. 3rd St., 48. has been Invited to attend. adviies Mildred '
Louis Brown, 8963 Lankford Alexander organist School Marching: andSymphonlc j'j'JIl1
I
Ave., 21 and oWe Mae Crews and educational consultant to Hammond -| Bands are at present class AA. h t tl
Harrison Dewitt Williams,4616 \2013 W. 6th St., 21. CHURCH NOTICES Organ Company. I The band has received superior KING will work to get a $10,000 Homestead !
Moncrlef Rd., Apt 4, 18 and "If you really want to enrich!I!I ratings In marching: concert Exemption. The: Senior Citizens and Widows must

ElDora Martha Gooden, Lees- burg Fla., 20. Rd., 28 and Geneleve of Choir 3 of Mt. Ararat at concerts with your ears, youn, and state festivals for seventeen

Daniel Webster Brown 799 Pouch J 9748 Moncrlef Rd., 19. Baptist Church, Is asking all) mind, and your heart. Beat of all,); consecutive years, the entire
W.
members of the choir to meet 'e.rn to play a simple musical in* period of Mr. McFarlln' lead JIM KING believes that Tangible Prrsonal
Monroe St., 29 and Josephine Boisy Gray, 182 DellwoodAve. Prop-
with him on Wednesday night strument like a home organ. You'llfind ership. Numerous soloists and
Cornelias Byars, 799 W. Monroe 57 and ThelmaJuanltaBronson, 'ertv taxes are unjust and work undue hardships on
tunes .
May 4, 8 p.m. in the church yourself Distinguishing small ensembles have scored '
St., 24. 182 DeUwood Ave., 35. auditorium. and tones," die promises. superior and excellent ratings the struggling working man.

r at these festivals. The band has
appeared In numerous outstanding -
ELIEVE IN MAVTAti .. PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG PtOpl! events, such as the Gover I JIM KING will work for the repeal of thin un

nor's Inaugural Parades, Gator l just Tangible Personal Property Tax. -

Growl, New York World's Fair.- I
Homecoming Parades, college Shorn here Is the Rer. J. W.
halftime show, and many other Prison, formerly of this city, JIM KING believes that there must be a reduc
MAYTAG local and state events. who will begin preaching Monday tion of Ad valorem taxes and that a new source of
The complete Symphonic Band night May 2 In the Sweet- revenue be found.
Roster follows: Oboe and English field Baptist Church of which

Horn,Lawrence Alexander. Rev D. B. Barnes is minister .
Kenneth Late. Rev Frisco, now pastoring InJfertow JIM KING
will work for
quality education
.
Flutes and Piccolo,Fellsa VU- Is known throughout prop
win, Julian McIntosh, Orals tbe state and America u one ,erly'financed to insure our schools. .accreditation.
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Russean, Daisy Thomas, and ing to the 1960 is ..951"-

Gail Stephens. \560.. I. POL MY. ,

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Slngletary, Leroy Hut chins,
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The
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2. 6 Months Supply TIDE Akery, Johnnie M. Phllllpsv Canadian
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Clement, Barbara Hall, S '
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Damon, Etta Wooten, Janice no other whisky can-it defines smooth once
Dixon.Alto: and for all. Light?Of course.

Clarinets Patricia Crawford Known by the company it keeps
I and Linda Collier. Seagram's
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Bass Clarinets,Ronald Belton, Canadian
$3000LaWIdrJ Ovens Crompton!. and Bettye "
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Sparrow. "''"
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Michael King.Saxophones .
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For Any Brand New MAYTAG Hunter. p,
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Basses, Charles Watts,Harold !
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Baritones, Bernard Williams,
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HEAVY DUTY MODELS Wilson.Cornets, Joseph Morrrlson,
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Albert Smith, Michael Stewart,
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James Brooks Lutrel Smith' Senator, District

Aitiutic l Vislirs ", 'TRADE Robert Robinson, David Mason,
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BIG BiG /U7 M.wrW Dq ",.", .,. Ws.-' CHARLES BOSTWICK WILL Oppose Any


wEEK: .. TAKE YEARS TO PAY WEEK(' winning In SAVE the car TIRES last In two the AND IndianapolisCOO y,.Mra LIVES, tht Sales Tai On Groceries And Medicines.

ONLY ha flnliheu the rare without

'ONLY I chumtlng When tire tire.will Hand up (of, DON'T" FORGET: Vote CHARLES W. IOSTWICKSenajor .

: COO mile at a 160 mlle-an-hou, .
SPEARS BROS.F average on the Speedway Ifi
CUMPJ.NYBROAD a real tribute to their itajrlniqtialttlM.
h District 31 1 Countywide
::3S $ tftIT 3S5: 4G41r If we atop to think about 1 1we 4r ,
all know tlrea are Bettethan

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SATURDAY APRIL .30, 1916 STAR PAPERS PAGE 7

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Miamian Given FAMU Achievement Award 'Bias OrdinanceBeaten


Down' By BAD BILL BASFORD'S BAD .RECORDGROWSANDGROWSANDGROWS :

Negro Councilmen I
'

GARY lad, -=
City Council, voting on strictly,
racial lines, overrode a veto I

1'1 by ordinance Mayor A.that Martta would Kati require of an BILL BASFORD HELPS TO BLOCK

city O&tbrequirement employee to sign admittedly a loyalty. 10000.00 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

aimed at th.pro-clvllraght* HOMEOWNERS Everyone of ui knows that homestead exemption hat.bean deetreyed. .by increased. sauce(which till lettfero]
members taf the city's Roman I| voted fer) and by 100 per cent valuation (which Bill .....,.. voted for).

Relations Commission. In the last legislature/ just( one year ago) a bill, # 1208. wo introduced INCREASING HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION TO $10,00000
Six white aldermen approved' IAD Bill BASFORD VOTED AGAINST THIS Bill.(I It Bill Bosford a friend of the homeowner? NOT BY$10,000 WORTH)
the ordinance while three

Negro Targets aldermen of the opposed loyalty it.oath Illl 1 If Ifllif !

-r1 an-said to be some members
of the city's Human Relations,
Commission. Aldermen, fn a large n.w.-per all, I la 'I. a r DiN liD '. ,
supporting the oath have urged hoi he veted ogolntt 10,000 hemetteod exomp-, "v a...,wa
{ ._ Below.le shewing THI OF
ton
----- 'commission member '
!
---- FICIAL'IILL UOIILA w '"'M u0w
J I' FROM THI URS AND THI ., a u
RECEIVE PAMU's HIGHEST AWARDS-"The coveted Florida A&M Untversityl!I sign tIt measure were, OFFICIAL DOCUMINT: SHOWINO IAD BILL IAS- .." a
".er1 torioua Sponsors of ""'r 'M + ",
achievement certificates'were prrsented to Dr the same Councilmen who opposed FORb'SACTUALV011. "ra+.A a + .a,
Ltsalle D. Left.ll Jr. ( left) Samuel o. Cohen. Dr. Flossie M. the Gary Fair Housing HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. m i"? r

Byrd and Dr. Russel L. Anderson during the spring commenceaent'exercises ordinance and establishment A|lolnt resolution proposing" an amendment to Article co w,,,,,, 0 ..u.e.,,,..
recently. Dr. Lefall Is assistant dean of the Medical of the cemm1 1oG. X, Section 7 of the State Constitution relating to ti, +nur?. ?y? t"
College at Goward University Opposition to the commission Someitead. exemption, by Increasing the exemption.
Washington
D.C. Mr. Cohen is prin- has also come from Negro .
cipal of Northwestern senior High school In Miami or. Byrd Is civil rights advocates such U Be It Resolved fcy the legislature ef the State ofthe

dean of the school of Home Economics at Prairie View A&M College Curtis Strong chairman of the That
amendment to Article X, Section 7 ef the
employment
Prairie commission's
view Texas Dr. Anderson is director
of student health
I Florida Constitution at set forth below It I agreed to
services at Florida A&M University ---PAMU staff photo by Ernest committee.called the commission and shall bo submitted to the elector of Florida
Flllyau. I Strong do-nothing group afraid to For ratification or rejection; at.the general electionto
a
bo held,, 'In November 196o.SfCDON .
f I antagonize whites and urged 71e.mpthn ef hamadaed from ..........-tvarf .*r or) __ \
In Honor Society that its members be replaced. whe hoe" the laaal. Nria ., banahclal title In. equity. .e raaj pnaaity I.* &yor '
On the other hand City Councilmen thIt.....and ..h. ........ th.neM.n/. ee.d hllll e>ket she .."'. r
__ _______h_____ ____ -......,.. h""has pm.n.nt ham'"n" "'"'" en..h.r I
Ted Nabhan and Eugene arhn lally or MtvralV ecaanrfant. :.:4"! anon. Bad Bill Basford Backs High Taxes;
Carrablne accused members of .. .be entltlad .. on exemption. hem .. taiatlan. j Calls Property Owner "Fr..I..d.,." !., "
the commission of causing unrest -"t h, .....-1 fir peele! b.n.Aty ,
Iw'Ua1DIIDd entrapping up re the aii.nd valvaHa. it tan. S L.. '
by flnfwll
landlords., n4"10.000.001" t \lUUIc-lIl: lo rl i ut1 CitnQjfl l .,

JACKSONVILLE,WEDNESDAY.NOVEMBER 11.1561
i ii iw
s r Medic I Grevis' MONEY! MONEY !,MONEY !

.1 predict that the people of Duval I

Seek To EM BAD BILL BASFORD t turnspolitics County realize that real property has

'" had a free ride in regard to. taxation for

Racial il's Into personal profit.Bill many many years. .

Baiford hat stattd that the campaign against

CmCACO-NPij- him I la "gutter polltlci."
for Improved medical care"for

all Americans" occupied the NOTHING HAS BEEN PUBLISHED ABOUT BILL BASFORD THAT IS NOT A MATTER OP RECORD..aBBBBaHOMBaHan .'
attention of the Mason I
committee of the National Medial -
Association meeting last For example, he and hill tl1 firm get from: I

i week in Joint meeting with the State Board of Nursing . $8,400.00, a e ,

board of trustees of the American Public Defenders' Salary . 9,750.00 e I

Medical Association.Discussions : State Road Department . 3620.00 '
around
,discriminatory centered practices in Self-Voted Expense Account (Duval. County) 3000.00 the State of Florida at a cot t

some hospitals and the denialof Legislative Salary. . . 1,20 .00 t s ; e sI \
membership! to Negroes! in --=- /I I I I ; III

,. some medical associations. Total 25970.00
HEfili KOBy <
The medical association representatives
NEW MEMBERSNeophyte oeibers of the Kappa iota Chapter of the also devoted -

Alpha Kappa Mu National ,Honor Society on the campus of Florida some time to reviewing ::'.:.'" SMALL LOAN 105td APPl1GT10N M.WIIU.T.IofonI.I,. July 31-1". ,7

A&M University :>re"left; to right seated; Erma jean Lincoln a the implementation of Title 6 ...._.._' Lew to
....
Swiss '
uslc from"Tallahassee of the 1964 Civil Rights Act +rewrwru. J II ; "
major ; Ellen Forehand business education. I N-wa"w5LPi.4 tr.rs. ..'1eri4Io "

Marlanna; and Mary K. Hawthorne mathematics Marlanna. Standing. in dealing federally with assisted nondiscrimination pro ams.i .;, ..- .:: ::;:_- --...rr__..- rMr.aa.WA, I

left to right are: Pamela K. Combs, choral music Tallahassee; i Both NMA and AMA policy 'ere -, f: u4rn IM 10.:. e-:_. -._ an"Al..n1k.ru.Ma17d1readJulyrt INS.te DwwlFinance I

David wycne, music Greenville; and spurgeon Hawthorne pre-medi- positions are opposed to the ,: ...... "n.. __---.. ... ..- : Company,to, MU King Stratt Jadnoflvllla
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to ftorWo, ,iWar Chops JU. PlorM SlclufM, b .ndw. is
ciao, Marianna. ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest Plllyau. denial of membership any e. 1. ..... ? "
a .ww a 1.UL.erlnL r..ru'Y Iwrawtth,l 0.ti.r wl* ractfpl(of SI 00.00 cvmrinfl Ik.*
duly licensed ph siclan'because 11.. e.M ".M'. ;,;:; .....i1 aflM ... .n4 _.iltl far smote ..,.,is, she
of race, color religion, ethnic e ,1..111WLr..YY.//- 1I1i hrwl .mual ImaR Loan UCMM FMVeunvaryfrvly.
J4IotI r
considerations or national origin. ...1..iU .. seae
; Anaesthetist' Named M ,
GroovJnGy : 7r.r-=;= nrxxr..o. RAY I.OmtN.COMrTKOUM
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The group while agreeing that ..... .
Chairman Of there still remains many discriminatory a a...of eau...._c.ten.,.IOO.Of .'..I.._..UN: (Rr/.rd/wAm..dS.y.randidr..k..r.r..ssW/ )
LEE IVORY problems to .. ,..:.:: .:=::= ==-.......... ..__...... >>

People is California don't !have all their marbles. Perhaps; HospilalWeekTALLAHASSEE t be solved pledged Itself to end .l.iJALL.: ;dr J: IS THIS GOOD GOVERNMENT
this is why the West Coast swings..for daysl KFOG-FM is the. every instance in which equal l
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broadcasting home of chief engineer Ernie ItcDaaiel and, F1a.F.un)) t rights, privileges or responsibilities "Aft" I )J-
:through'onetof his more ingenious moments,an idea of melding lllss Daisy Fagan anaesthetistat are denied scouts or eaves"

'sounds of two recordings has come to life hi the form of anew the Florida AIM University ( ..have "bifamMria tamo from she I*.. CtmalmlUr, affhtol' list renrds .N from "'. Miami .....14 ef Sapient* 21,
release by Philips blending the melodlus sounds of a California Hospital, has been named general I CORE Art Exhibit \less,St.,. ralwrf,......, Nbrtwry tl, IfM,watlnfl, afflclal midi)
storm with that of a lash string orchestra with rain-drenched ; chairman for the hospital' ( ---
voices in the background.itcDanlel 1966 observance National THOUSANDS IN DESPERATE NEED
used two turntables. One bad a Mobile Fidelity recording Hospital Weeklfay 8-14,according For .Scholarships ; BILL BASFORD INCREASES
called "Railroading Under Thundering Sides" and the to HUlmon Sorey FA1IV i BILL BASFORD IS AGAINST THEM
other'held what be considered pertinent mas I c to fit the oc- Hospital administrator i NEW YORK -{NPI)- The HIS OWN
eu1 a. Naturally It canted"storm"of phone calls from people A certified anaesthetist and :f fifth annual Artists for CORE Bad Bill/ Baiford VOTED AGAINST old to WIDOWS, VETERANS, RETIREES INCOME EXPENSEOF
asking: "When can I boy that crazy Jam?" graduate of the University of .exhibition and sale, scheduled DISABLED PERSONS, etc. Read, please, this humanitarian bill that Bill
Anyone) who has lived in Soother California probably knows Minnesota, Minneapolis, Ulna., ,'to be held April 28-May at the BASFORD VOTED AGAINST. TAXPAYERS
bow the valleys around Los Angeles reverberate actual vibration Muse Fagaa has the B.B.degree Grippl and Wadell Gallery, will "There shall be exempt from texatieti property to the value of two thousand
shock and the thundering sounds freak summer storm. from Tuckegee Institute, Tae' be highlighted by the distribution five hundred dollars (S2/500.00)) to every widow' deceased husband, BAD BILL BASFORD voted for SUOper
Actually, it is truly nature's most magnificent display. kegee Ala. of signed and numbered every. disabled. wqr vttoren, every retired person over sixty ((60)) years cf month for himself (tox free)
"One Stormy Night" thanks to some bonaflde California lunatics In keeping with the usa theme prints of silk screen on Plexi ooe,every erphan>'evry disabled. person, every. mentally Incompetent per' expense money" at YOUR EX.
is caeofthemo.ttaDtuUca11JuluU: baa been my pleasureto for National Hospital Week, glass to the first 223 patrons ion who I li a bona fide ttiident" of" the itato and hat lost a /limb or PENSE. Bad Bill Baiford It drawing

bear in quite some time. "Alliance for: Health"," this] contributing $100. been disabled by misfortune this "..p.n.. money" right new
The album is not a senseless "sound" recording or "stcrec _._---.... The exhibit-sals is a fundraising OUT OF OUR COUNTY TAXES. ThiiIt
demonstration" record, bat t valid, awesome and restfal project to benefit the BILL BASFORD VOTES SPECIAL I the first time In florid.. history
recording of the sounds of a San Fernando Valley storm interspersed Congress of Racial Equality that such expense nonehot been. .
with unusual and enjoyable lush string passages that Scholarship, Education and TAX ON HEALTH & RECREATIONWhile voted.While voting 100 percenrveluation .-
will, If you aren't co the ball, lull you to sleep. Defense Fund. Previous exhibitions en your property, while voting .
That's ill Aatlbun for insomniacs. If you can't sleep pit have helped to finance our natlon'tCld.' .,. are calling for ipoclal attention to the health to permit DOUBLING of YOUR
of our YOUTH ADULTS, BAD Bill BASFORD voted an EXTRA 5 PER CENT taxes, Bad Bill Baiford voted FOR
the ball!!
Night" oa other
."Stormy freedom rides and major
TAX ON NEARLY ALL FISHING, CAMPING, SWIMMING AND DIVING
The voices I spoke earlier must be rain-drenched because tome TAX FREE MONEY FOR HIM
civil rights projects. EQUIPMENT. Bathing tulti, baseballs, nearly everything has this tax IN SEW
is I
and the rain comingdon't
"Olel" at the bullfight
when they yell the 'Larry Rivers, renowned ADDITION TO THE REGULAR 3 PER CENT SALES TAX.THIS TAX IS HIDDEN, Senate Bill # 1437, House Bill
noose to fall in on me to teU what .
down, I need no ,' artist, is creating the silk BY THE RETAILER WHO HAS RAISED HIS PRICES TO INCLUDE THIS TAX- #2730
score is. screens for the preview. Mrs. BUT RIGHT ON, YOU'RE PAYING Bill BASFORD'S FIVE PER CENTI Bill
Arthur Logan, patron of arts No. 1311.DO .
I who also is active hi social and JUDGES AND COUNTYCOMMISSION
VETERANS flTlc affairs is co-chairman
'kft tlM committee of jtatrons, YOU HAVE A GOOD SAMARITAN PUT

1 HEART? BASFORD IS AGAINST YOUIn ON SPOT WITH

'THE"JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC I -- African Cities 100% BILL!
,; charming MIll Fagan stated'this .... the past If you were 'Injured( In an accident/ even doctors patted you
week that the FAMU Hospital by ei you ley on the road because they could be tued if they stopped
Tour 100% Bill BASFORD voted FOR the
program will be marked. 'Added To to Kelp you under certain circumitancet. Even a Good Samaritan coul bo low that doubled
'Off by several new. features, including sued and tome unkind persons did sue the helping hand lost year the FULL CASH VALUE
630 DAVIS ST. ,> Now taklno .
valuation (or worse)
introduction of "the i XAR/Senegal-Perform- legislature wanted to correct this, onllt did. Now you can top to helpinjursd your .
Friends of FAMU 1bIp1tal..1and &[Aces in Addis Ababa,Ethiopia persons end others without'fear of being' tued. Then he added Intuit to injury.
While other counties are limited to
the First Annual National and Ellsabethvllle, Congo have MORE THAN 100 LEGISLATORS VOTED FOR THIS Bill KNOWN AS THE 13% tax Increase, BAD BILL IAS-
'Applications For Ita June Week Community Recognition wen added to the itinerary cities GOOD SAMARITAN BilL. ONLY BAD BILL BASFORD AND ONE OTHER FORD helped kill the roll back bvgranting
Banquet. Highlighting the banouet Armenia Adams, pianist VOTED AGAINST THIS BILII! UNLIMITED TAX IN.
will be presentations of rom Florida AIM University Bills # 191 end 499 CREASES IN DUVAl COUNTY JUST
Citations aDd awards to longtime 'raUahassee, Florida who plays, BY PROCLAIMING AN "EMERGENCY"
1st Veteran. Class. hospital employees and ere this week during the First Our courts were forced to order
cltUens who have ma.dellDlllll&lf World Festival of Negro! Arts. 'IT TOOK ONE BAD VOTE TO KILLA 100 percent valuetfon. Our
contributions to From Dakar.Miss Adams goes County Commlttlanere" wore forced
The.Size"Of Miss Fagan pointed out that the to Lagos,'Nigeria, for an AprilS GOOD BILL. BASFORD CAST ITI! to accept this or be In contempt of
.. Our Classes.. 1966 theme is especially engagement. Be.Ide.tIIe court If they granted the t pleat of
apropos because '"hospitals I tewly-scbeduled performances'n Thete wile ever buy. or ted real eitate are now and then the victim of our cltciem In dl..,.... .
allied with many flelds-aedl-. Ethiopia and tile Congo Her certain Improper" practice by thOM representing" them In these. front OUR CITIZENS ARC DOING
I Is".,'Limited: By Law.Enfolf cine, nursing government and toncert Itinerary in Africa In- ectiene. A bill was "Introduced at the request of the Florida WORSI THAN EVER. ,S250.AMONTHIXPINSIMONEY .
a host of others the newest .lodes: : Lusaka, Zambia May 2;, loerd of Reaherf" ,to step these unethical practice H petted the Senate PIUS
j I being Medicare." Uantyre, Malawi May 11;Dar- end went to the House Reeretentativet On the day that the .bill come $25,000.00 for hit law partners for
17 for ONE VOTE COULD Kill THIS Bill. The ENTIRE HOUSE
Tanzania, May vp voting only
Anent Medicare, she added, 1.-BaIaam. I
Now To Be 'Sure Of'A ;.ind Kampala! Uganda, May 23. ,war for the bill WITH ONE EXCEPTION THAT EXCEPTION WAS BILL' port-tlmetot. lobe It making Bed
their
"Hospitals pledge resnide Bill Baiford' do.
BITTIjt rtnerI
A member'oUie Department ofMua1c BASFORD. A GOOD LAW DIED. ONE MAN KILLED IT-BAD BILL ,? >
and skills that this
'Place. so faculty at Florida A&Mtalverslty IA FOROl(Senate Bill*414)) t
MV alliance will contribute to :
healthier and fuller lives for all Miss Adams is a
Americans who will eventually atlve of Cleveland Ohio and I I f JUIMN! WARREN COUNTY' t '

CALL 355. 9874- become 'older Americans/ a r graduate Music New cf the York julUardScnoolt City. ,



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I PILE I ___STAR JAPEftS, SATURDAY APRIL 30, ''19S6
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IN ,MEMORIAM: Sigma Gamma Rho Starring. h "Joy 66"' Discing Pair Veterans To Get

--- --- -- Insurance AidA
IB md but loving memory of Sororities Slate' Win, $1,000

owr beloved brother the late I Contact Representative of
Uroy J. Roller who departed Musical Show the Veterans Administration
this life May 1, 1965, ox year Pepsi ContestDETROIT will be on duty in the lobby of

j ago today.Meaorles. Beta Iota Sigma and Beta Eta the main Post Office in downtown ,
I art treasures MOM 'Chapters of Sigma Gamma Rio - eu steal or buy; death Is Sorority, Inc. will present Necro adulU have danced their I Monday, May 2, 1966. u the,
.. .... to $1,000 scholarships In
way
'":"' "Panorama of Sounds", a recital : the Pepsi-Cola musical snow, re-uened GI insurance program '

featuring Chapter members'In "Come Alive Faces for '66." Coine_ s.toaeloae.C. W.
the Grtvade-Hotcetlss H'1II H of Regional
Miss Starla dooms, 19, an Henry manager
atBethuneCookman -
Memorial Chapel and Office today.
receptionist,
Sunday May unemployed will procesaapplicatlonsand
College
I ., Arthur R. Posey 19, who is They
1, I8SS. at >:00 p.m. assist World War II and
Us through Wayne
working
way
The participants will includethe Korean Conflict veterans
State University, were awarded
Grand Dasilns of National Service
former seeking new
"
1t I for .oat.ataDd.IDC -
scholarships
the sorority: Mrs. Cleo S. Hlg- $1,000 Life Insurance Policies to replace -
individual
1 i ij and
talent
gins Instructor St. John's initiative those they failed to takeout
responsibility
aspiration,
River Junior College Palatka; ,. motivation and need." while la wartime serviceor
Mrs. Louise N. Osgood, Instructor and that they have since allowed
"Providing opportunity
Central Academy High to lapse be said.
to deserving
School, Palatka and Mrs. Mar encouragement" The insurance, program reopened -
I said Edwin K.
.talented youth,
instructor of Music, for veterans
garet Pyke, a year ago
1 i Schober, vice president of mar
School,
Kimball Elementary with service-cmonecteddlsabily
keting for the Pepsi-Cola Bottling
Beach. Wes those whose nonservlce
Daytona or
Company, "is the best way
we know to demonstrate our connected: disabilities are -so
St MatthewTea appreciation of community si.per. great that they are unable to
j ? obtain commercial Insurance
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:: : to at even the highest rates,comesto
% In the future "we hope expand
Events our scholarship program an end at' midnight, May 2.

a heartache nothing can heal;I : to give incentives to more talented The decision to remain open
the blow was hard, the shock District 1 of St.'Matthew Baptist ,i1t young people" said until midnight on May 2, was
severe, little did we know your Church will sponsor a Fash Schober u he made the schoLarship made in the belief that many
I death was so dear. ion Tea May IS at the Myrtle presentations.Miss veterans who have delayed action -
Siped: Mrs. Emma Morgan,!,,Avenue Library from 4toSp.m. Coggins,'whose parents until the last minute will
brother) will deceased lives with her be Interested in obtaining the
sister, Julius J.Holley, District 4 sponsors are ,
Insurance.Full .
and family. Friendship Tea on the same dateat grandmother. She augments the
at the church. income store clerk information as to the
3 ISO p.m., family u a
'and receptionist, but presently types of policies available and
'she la unemployed She aspires the premium rates may be obtained -
to a professional dancing that night or any time
beforehand by writing, telephoning -
career.
R. S. EVANS Arthur Posey who played the or visiting the nearest
lead role opposite Miss Gog- VA regional office

tflD & MAIN gins, .. working his way through
"Jacksonville' / oat Recommended.Dealer" Wayne State University.He sup- Decth Notice
EL8381EL; 4-839? ports himself as an educational:
assistant at the Detroit Historical -
Museum.

LARGE PURCHASE OF The musical production '

CHRYSLER CORP. CARS afforded enterprising young '1"1:
Negro dancers, singers musicians .
ENABLES THESE LOW, LOW PRICES models, actor, and act ; '
.
JUST LIKE NEW-LOW AS 4,000 MILES resses with an opportunity to '1't' "

i 65 Dart "270" showcase their talents. It was : r. ... : .
$ $ Viewed by a specially invited .

Auto, R&H, PS, 1895 195 Integrated audience of 1,000 r .j.' .
Fac. Warranty fifth: W If. Detroit leaders. .
-r.
I The new 1968 production, like ..
65 Valiant Its predecessor "Come Alive .
$1795 $195 Fashions for '65," was conceived .
200- Auto, RH, PS, written, produced
Fac. i
Warranty fift ii' p -
scored, and choreographed by

65 III Negroes, mostly amateurs. Booker T. Lamar well-known
Ply Fury'
$2395$295 Show-business professionals resident and barber by trade,
H'top, V8, Auto, R&H, supervising the musical are of 1279 W. 30th St., died April

PS, AC, Fac. Warranty /ac& f$:i! ...... Tony Brown, writer-producer 23, in his residence after an
L... 1 TonyBrown Enterprises; Mrs. attended Illness.
.
CHRYSLER'S FAMOUS Oa Brown ono of the entertainers wish New Shirley A. Phillips and Miss Mr. Lamar was born In Macon,
most
Jr., energetic and original to bring the show to York Chicago critics were unanimous
5-Y r. or 50,000 Miles WarrantyON In America today lashes out In song during benefit at in their praise of the fast-pacedshowwhlch features in Jacquelyn Hillsman, both of Ga., and for had number lived of In Jacksonville and-

ALL CARS youth camp In Michigan recently. Currently starring In his own supporting roles songer Jean Pace,guitarist Luis Henrique and Phillips Studio of Dance choreography a the years Rita Bar.
I musical revue, Joy,'66,"at the Happy Medium theatre Chicago the Floyd Morris Trio. (NPl; Photo) James Frazier Jr., was employed by
he has ; ber Shop.>> He was a member of
been approached by three Broadway producers who associate conductor.Universityof Ararat
n Mt. Baptist Church Rev.
Michigan Symphony. Orchestra D. J. Grahanv minister w
R. S. EVANS3RD THROUGH Anniversary Sponsors DinnerThe composer Survivors Include: Mrs Kathryn -
( CQOKOUTS THE AGESTHE Writer-producer Brown, 32. Lamar wife; Mrs. Cotta
& MAIN ObservanceThe Brewster Hospital Alumnae who brought all the young performers Thomas daughter; Miss Ira
FIRST EVIDENCE OF MALI USING FIRE TO COOK HIS FOOD CAME FROM() Association will sponsor its '.. together publisher ueorge" stepdaughter) BookerT
"Jacksonville's Most Recommended !)foal,.,," THE LOWER PALEOLITHIC PEMOD NEARLY HALF MILLION YEARS AGO; BUT Blven Specials will cele- annual Sisterhood Dinner, of The Set fashion magazine Lamar.IODBenjamJDBrun-;

I It MIL FIRE AND HEAT COULD BE CONTROLLED THERE COULD K LITTLE COOKING brate their tenth anniversary in honor of Florence Nightin and a local entrepreneur. He son and Frederick Cheese-
t Sunday night May 1 at the. Mt.. gale's birthday May 14 at the graduated from Wayne State borough, stepsons.
Ararat Annex Thunderbird Restaurant. j University with a master'sdegree from
1
in social wort.
I Shirley Phillips choreographer -
:Sefinl"r
: started dancing at age \
seven i and worked professionally -' challenge Mrs.Henry's dismissal -

THE CITY COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH & SANITATION ., with national touring dance' on grounds that charges
teams for a dozen years before against her husband should not
'opening her studio here in.1965. effect her qualifications as a
WANTS T ,BE THE SENATOR FROM CITY HALL CAN teacher.
Representing Mrs. Henry are
Many animals can count .
Fund Director-Counsel Jack
up to( one. If you want to fool
a big buck, walk into woods witha Greenberg James M. Nabrltm:
pal and have the pal walk out. .and Derrick A. Bell Jr. of New,:
His Record
Entitle
Does Him to Your Vote ? and The amiiimpg deer count all't one well In., one out ,Jackson York, and, Mississippi R. Jess.Brown of



Rental housing without adequate plumbing is Hall on payday. The Commissioner could stop eeAny building I design will have
both unsanitary and unhealthy. What has the this
Indignity. .but he hasn't. Why not?
Commissioner of Health and Sanitation done to He boasts about OUR auditorium, OUR coliseum, beauty and function but always

requure absentee landlords to correct these and OUR fountain. But he hasn't' mentioned with the human touch. .

substandard conditions? YOUR slums, YOUR sewers, or YOUR economic that's a must."
What has he done to clean up the drainage servitude. '

ditches that are little more than open sew- When you see his campaign workers in your eeThc gin I buy is London Dry.Gordons. .
ers? These are health hazards that concern neighborhood ask them if they're' being
given
It's brisk
us all but they are: p. craI/Ylhazardous/ ; to t always
time
the small children because they dln't recognize Hall win off a from Senate their regular Job'to help Cit y, ,\ dry and smooth. To me,
Seat
I the
danger. VOTE Gordon's is a must..?
does VOTE YOUR CONSCIENCE =
Why he permit the "Paycheck Vultures"' Crnf y..3 VOTE

to descend on employees at the City Incinerator W_7e..nrw s...C..roraco..vo A/A,AmIoOItdC__rw M.M.chWConuhrr a.M.awn a _.........

You them around City DON'T GIVE CITY HALL A SENATE SEAT I <,' .... ,,- 'JC''IW :"* ,

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[Dr. Ktag's Poll Cirreit Rips WINNers Of The Annual Coatest i Stillman College
iEr
i _, Elects New
OB SIra Lift Vote Prexy tL? y
"
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Boycott .
I ; ;
., NO;' .,., ...... ..... TUSCALLOOSA, ALA..ThieBoard :
...
I 1<111)"' p ti' f'J' t. Ni M .h "'''IT, of Trustees of Stillman
Is Disputed NASHVILLE, Twin. The : r +L College announced this week UM 9 dG
proposal by the Student Nonviolent jr : i' : election of Dr. Harold N.Stln- ,
'H
Coordinating Committee j ; : son as the next President of the
CHICAGO-(NPI)-Ernest R. that Negro voters in certain .
t Dr.Stinson is current-
% College.
I y
Rather, president, Chicago I Alabama
countiesj
; boycott the By Mary Whitman
ofBaggsAcademyaPresbyerian -
Committee of On* Hundred, Uay 3 Democratic Party : : : ly superintendent
asked Dr. Martin Luther I ", iJ !-t I' Institution Baby'sitting scheduled tonight
King primary does .
"grave injury to : T at Keysville, Georgia Teenage titter art a. national
to retrain from .
[ jr., nakincstatements I the civil rights cause, Gloater Dr. Albert Curry WInD,Chairman Institution More than a. million
about the numberof I B. Current. NAACP director: of ..: I of the Stillman Boardasked ot them work from coast to
Negroes tiring In branches .. Hr'A roast
cabstand I and field administration : :, Dr. Stinson to assume the officeat
o/fi
ant nouslnc In Chicago that said in an address prepared So Important are their skills
Stillman no later than February
Rather claims are that a handbook has been Issued
misleading. for
delivery here
,Sunday
I, un. Currnetly serving by the Department of Health.
"
During a recent visit to Paris, April 24."Alabama.
as Acting President at the Education and Welfare covering
Dr. King said 41 per cent Negroes are living at a Freedom Fund rally sponsored who will serve in this capacity safety, feeding *rst aid and
i |q substandard housing. other topics
by the NAACP Nashville until Dr. Stinson takes office.
Bather in reply said "The Branch "ought to ignore the
Chicago Committee of One silly advice of SNNC on Kay 3
Hundred does not condone Negroes and turn out a large vote for
living in substandard whatever liberal candidates:
housing. We are aware that they can support. Or vote
there is a gap between overall against the incumbent when two a ar
housing conditions of Negroes equally bad candidates are of 'I
and whites. Realizing this act, fered. Negro voters should
we hope that this gap will soon punish their enemies and reward ,
be eliminated, and standard their lends; but under
housing will be achieved for all no circumstances should they
persons in Chicago." refuse to cast their ballots r
In the meantime--the west side The growing political strength
apartment building over which of the Negro, Mr. Current said,
.
Dr. King assumed trusteeship "will force changes in our ;
P '
was deemed not worth rehabillt major northern cities. It will ;# sfaLR s
ft ting, according to court- force changes in many southern ;, At. t
appointed receiver II lit on W. congressional districts and F v.r.
Worses. He said It would cost cause the :
congressmen who formerly 4 r'P4 -p +
_
about $10,000 to rehabilitatethe were unresponsive to the -
structure. The building is Negro voter to become more
worth about $18,000, said Worse interested In his plight" .
W'''''''''''''.,
k. The llth annual typewriting, Shorthand Contest, sponsored by minutes;;'bDorUIIDCI r and: TI; fiooEEeeping.
This decision was the reverseof Dr. Clark. Takes. the Business Club and Gamma Rho Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, Among the winners were from left to right:Mrs. E. J. Eubanks,
ate Worsek made earlier 'National Business Teachers Education Honor Society at Advisor; Edward James Fields, first place Bookkeeping I,Sanford ,
that there was some hope> that Realistic View Bethune-Cookman College was held at Moore Gymnasium. and Miss Barbara Williams, second place,Bookkeeping L,
the building could be rehabili Various categories included: Typing I and II, straight copy, 5 Sanford, Fla. e f t 1
tated. The receiver explained On School Bias t R1t,1to ,
his "about-face" by saying that
NEW YORK-(NPI)-Dr.Kenneth -
had
he had more time to study
the structure and its needs,and B. Clark, psychologist Singers To Spark Arts Festival
elected to the State Board of ,WOMEN'S TALKWHO
now feels that it would not be
worth the effort. Regents last February the SARATOGA SPRINGS N. Y. ropolitan Opera soprano. So
first for a Negro In the board's GOT THE MESSAGE: ? (NPI) -Three renowned sing- prano Leontyne Price will U
182 years will bring to his new Experts delving deep into the controversial "who's benefitting ing and operatic stars will be featured during the Aug. I't
Urge Cure On position a realistic view of racial from what" under the anti-poverty program agree that millions among performers spotlighted performance and Internationa! ai
imbalance in local schools. of the poor are getting some kind of help, but there are too many during the first annual Saratoga famed contralto,Marian Ander I "
The 51-year-old City College who are not "getting the poverty-aid message." Performing Arts Center Festival son, will narrate the Aug. ZC I ( I
Liquor Stores Area professor, long-time critic of Sure, the program baa been widely publicized via all media' opening July 8 in the new renditions. c 41
American racial .patterns has geared to getting across the program and Its benefits. But. there Saratoga Center. The Center, permanen!
SACRAMENTONPJ- pointed out that one member are many who still remain untouched--who haven't heard what Soloist during the Philadelphia summer home of the Philadelphia _
mocratic Assemblyman Mervyn cannot end de facto segregation"by aid is available, or that the program encompasses them.A Orchestra's 14 concerts on Aug. Orchestra and New Yorl ;
sullies miTiuui courarr.m ran c'n,tuiiou MIIKH.M woof,et ,
M. Dymally, Los Angeles, has magic. survey, conducted last fall by the Office of Economic Opportunity 4 will be Martina Arroyo, Met City Ballet >a nunaturluarmta
introduced a"resolution urging "To be C quite honest I don't showed that 51 per cent of the 434 families polled said
that a curb be placed on the know how the Regents operate>> they bad not heard about a government anti-poverty program,
number of liquor stores In the or how any bralastormlng would while at the Inner core of the area, the total "know nothing"
Watts area. work, or what their rituals answers reached 60 per cent.
are," be asserted. In view of these and other similar findings carried out for the
.u. same purpose, OES currently, together with,the Social Secur-
ity Administration, is setting out systematically to try to find
the "know nothing" about aid programs for the impoverished.
Ironically, one of the barriers, it has been found, is that some QUANTITYRIGHTS
people do not want to be labeled poor. RESERVED

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For years now, canned vegetables have been standing on ,
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The old-fashioned cans will soon contain some new PIZAZZ-
in the form of butter. Will buttered vegetables In an old can be
as happy and successful u they seem to be In a modern plastic S ':
bag? CHEER GIANT' 49
There's one company that is willing to wager Its reputation on
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in butter. The canned vegetables are much cheaper, so if they

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1 always hart loved the Swingle Brothers and it only surprises) 'II! Meetiig

those ofou..boba"u"eueenorbeud them to read that they ,

are winning awards right and left. 'i
With expatriate American Ward Swingle taking the octet through MIAMI, Fla.-Tne all-Negro
Association !:
State Teachers .I'
thelrmuieal paces in fantastic Jan fashion am more than Florida '
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have teen voted voted !.it" :
pleased to announce that the Swingle Singers '
forces with tile traditionally
combine
No. I coal group In America today made the nomination did ail-White Florida Education u c.. .' e
and declare this paragraph to be the
all of the voting, hereby Assoeiatlonthen \

award Florida Governor
**** listened to

Lovely Jean Pace, the only distaff member of the cast of Oscar Haydon Burns hail the move.
action April 22 at Bay
on
1260 musical '68 *' danced In a Felllni The
DIAL Brown Jr. s bit revue, "Joy. front Auditorium becomes effective

"movie."in Italy before being grabbed for her sparfcllng spots In.Joy. July 1, 1966 when the

One of the highlights of the show Is her vocal renditions of, two organizations will merge
known the Florida
and be as
"Fool With lie and ril Get You Killed."In which she maintains
Association Inc.
that she Is capable-with Just a wink from either eye-she can Education held,
separate
two
get any man "crashed, ground up, and mailed home to your conventions The groups In the! Greater Miami
momma by the pound. All I got to say to that Is this: "Who
Area on the same dates
should I crash, baby and voted on the
FLORIDA'Se Jean and I conversed at length the other day about this war (April 21-23)proposal) simultaneously. -

between the sexes. Naturally, It was a one-sided conversation. merger. .
all and did all the listening.And .
She did the talking
Burns told the FSTA delegation
If It wouldn't require too much. effort on my part, you that Florida's real wealth and
,
know-Switxerland and all that -I would surely like to become,
greatest natural resource was
a member of Jean's Army. You dig It? In the
its "brainpower. hailing
1 She's beautlful..and, as George "Lonesome",Gobel is wont(b! merger he said, ''Inour com-
remind us, "You can't hardly get that no more..." bined efforts there is greater
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Moms tlabley jumped on her favorite recording company last purpose ultimate goals.in realising" in your 'I'' ,,2 \4 __

week and cracked a few Jokes about Mercury Record Corpora
rank Inalgnla radlc.l swItch
He outlined four-point planof a
a .. .
FLORENCE; ITALY r- The match"-- \I' 1.0" ral'-" ---
with them most of
Uon. In the four years she has been signed (from casual'looking i standard "
his own that Included raisingthe "QC" for air travel' was intro coat: (I) a vibrant pink gabardine
the had not had the chance to talk with the pilot The of the "
company personnel minimum teachers pay.to duced here by designer Emilio suit with set In bracelet wear formality
"Gradma Moses of Her home office is In New York design "reflects the responsibilityof
Comedy. $5,000 a year; doing away with Puccl as part of bit high fashion sleeves, zippered jacket and
a man In charge of an IS,000
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City. collection for,Fall. wraparound skirt (3) a "Puc-
the national teachers' eramfnations "
"As long u they send me my royalty checks," she grimaced, teacherretirement "The 'QC' It the war chic ,clno' In a variety of two-color ,000 Braniff jet aircraft Puccl said
launched Its
"I don't care If I never.. 'em." Then, Jokingly, she added: ; encouraging travelers will dress Ave to ten combinations for meal-serving In programto
with'adequately give "better treat
passengers
RHYTHM & BLUES "I only love two record companies in the world, Mercury and programmed programs benefits-; year The from world now will," predict see the Puccl"QC"quick easy and fitting dacron wash with and sleeves wear cotton and ment on the ground and In the

Chess.' .. I guess thafs because I've only been with two." and finding funds to pay teacherson ( change) approach to air yoke cut into one and a half ,.Ir" when Lawrence became
Just as the,luncheon was about to close, cri.I-y ietd lloms appropriate scale. travel this fall on Braniff Inter. belt at the back, U) a two-piece president In April mt In ad
told the one about the guy who stopped her In the street one day national airline hostesses. who culotte fashion In bold blue with dltlon to the new air apparel the
Twelve districts of the FSTA
11'11110 high fashion In an abrupt turtle neck sleeved blouse for In. program Includes restyllng of thepl.n.
with a sad story. oms,the emaciated looking individual said, ..
Inside and ,
represented by 531 delegates out new jet
departure from the present look. flight wear after serving
"I need money very badlYlte'.lotbt hospital with terminal voted for the merger 520-11 alike uniforms of the Industry "We commissioned Puccl to {?equipment, a new standard ol
cancer: and my son got his leg broke yesterday, and the after debating five articles on The 4ulck change la evident design not a new uniform, but a on.11 m e performance, new
finance company came and repossessed my car,and the bank the agenda for three hours. 'above In the four costume couture collection -clothes that methods of 'Instant ticketing",
foreclosed on my mortgage and I have lost my beautiful home ,changes hostess Sandra Bern. would be fun (o wear and workIn. net? approaches to food service
RADIO and I haven't bad a thing to eat In three days and all I own to my' After running 20 minutes past |''loehr will make In a single flight: and memorable to our passengers ''speeded baggage delivery, and
STATION the set adjournment,a motion applications for new international -
name Is THIS REVOLVERP' ((1) a reversible tlppered wool Harding L. Lawrence,
ease was carried to end the debate coat In absinthe and apricot Braniff president said routes Braniff International -
and vote by standing count. pill box hat scarf in a brilliant For pilots, Puccl showed black serves the United StatesMexico .
Talked with Carl Davis recently and the plans. he unveiled for Pucci print, plastic helmet for gabardine uniforms, with double- and South America fffIan
his expansion are fantastic. He .oruc1olle1.lthGeDt Chandler *.* bad weather, high leather boots breasted jackets and gold braid (I 000-mile system

"WHAMMYIN Major Lance Mary Wells, Billy Butler, Otis Leavill, Ben
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Sims, that t.mtut14l'dtuist, Is hiding out. Sightless HealthFORMATIVE

If only I could write about.some of the things oy.rbeardUI'J! YEARS
beautiful and if s going nuke alot of teenagers who love took '

and roll very happy. As soon u 1 get the green light, I..m- What kind of mental attitudes''

MIAMI" of course-have the scoop. **** 'Will your child develop? 'Very ta: thl 1x tiL .. 0.4I

" Remember, time wounds all heels!See you Among the Stars. {Ij largely, they wlU.be reflection ,
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-- A STONE GENIUS Is another term used to describe Roland Kirk, and,In an effort to com 'WMIMS'potlighl

And LEARNING to do business.: sightless Jazz musician, who Is shown above displaying some of 'pensate for. them, becomes overly '

his artistry with a variety of musical instruments. His multi- indulgent. This can only ProductOf
I.. YOUNGSTERS! If you are smart and yJ Instrument mastery has also earned him the sobriquet of "the ,harm her child who will recognize -

; i trick genius" Equally adept on the mantello, strltch, flute- the underlying hostility., 'The"Week
and Just about anything else thafs handy,Kirk makes use of all If the hostility is deepseatedthe
want to earn your own money of them to get hismuslc across and provide Jazz fans with something mother must seek the reason -

this is the new in sounds. NPI Photo) for it. For this she may Miami, Florida;;
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COM!,NgrSt6rs, Without License

BRAVES -(HP!)- Atlanta welcomed a transplanted -- ,
ares Jut week with tanner headlines, a flood of salutations TALLAHASSEE your art
II i the city fetter and t host of radio and television station fishing for trouble, then fishing
tag ttM .news throughout the southeast The Atlanta World. without a license will land you
of the nation's two Hecro-ovud dallies devoted aa entire a mess of it. During the month
ttlcn to beralding'tbej team led by tan slugger Hank Aaron of March 202 anglers found
o last year lid the) National League la doubles with 40. themselves "up the creek without
a license" according to a
3HT INNOVATION report of arrest for hunting,
EW YORKNPI) Tbe scheduled April 26 middleweight fishing and boating violations
e ;flfht between champion Dick Tiger ot Nigeria and rugged issued by the Game and FreshWater
le Griffith of New York will center on a new innovation for Fish Commission
i fight came. While the fight will be televised in a total of 54 In a statewide report arrest,
lies, New York City will see the video version of the Madison W. B. Copeland,chair man of the
hare Garden battle on home sets the following day. Instead of Game and Fresh Water Fish
line blacked out completely. Commission said, "March maybe
1 the beginning of peak fishing
THREES activity but some hunters
tUEVELAND I -(NPI) Foottall rreatJlm Brown of the Clevernd appear to be reluctant to put
Browns has been hit by a $100,000 civil law suit filed by their guns away at the end of
1-year-old Brenda Ayres, wbo last March t cave birth to anepound the hunting season u 89 of the
baby girl she claims Brown fathered.The salt stems arrests reported were for vlo?
Boa an alleged beating she claims\ she received from Brown In lattons of hunting laws."
|Cleveland motel last June 20. A similar battery suit was disued +
u criminal court last J..,.Brown also faces a paternity :Hunting Season Opus. .... -;
tdch 1 11 to be beard when the grid star returns from The 1966-67 hunting season
lorie-making In England in July. usually begins in September, FRIENDLY RIVALRY---Dr. George\ core jr. (center) president of

[ with the opening of marsh hen Florida A&M University, ta'tes a neutral stand In the baseball
GEST PAID season and the bear bunts m. rivalry between Florida AtM university and Depauw University,
ASHINGTONNPI>- A report last week listed Meadow- north Florida. The season for oreencastle ind. The FAMU president received the A, B. degree
t; Lemon, the,Harlem Globetrotters funny man u
est paid barnstormer In professional 'basketball, perhaps tbe resident game birds and animals from Depauw. wishing both teams luch. ,he posed here with Coach
with anmated will one-half hour
annual take of $60,000. The report came u Lemon' before sunrise open Saturday, No- Costa Kittles of FAMU ( left) and Coach Ed Meyers of Depauw --
i completing his llth season with the Trotters. Member 12. FAMU photo by Ernest Fillyau.

IUTDOOR DEBUT

B ANGELES-(NPI -KJpchoge: Kelno, the colorful Kenya .
ce Instructor who holds the world's record for the 3,000 Itll
< 9,000 meters, will mate his outdoor debut la the United THIRD BASEMAN HIRALDOSABLON"Cbico"RUIZroo-EEZ( ) Ilr .
.tts on May 13 when he Is featured in a special two-mile -BORN December 12, 1133 ((27)) at Santa Domingo,Cuba. BATS I IIIIIIIhIIIiIII IIII I .
vent against some of the nation's top distance: runners Kelno. -Both. THROWS-Right. HEIGHT 4-0. WEIGHT '1a. ANCESTRY .
Iho wears a cap when running will clash with Bob Day Unlverithr Cuban. MARRIED-Isabel Suarea, October 7, 1961.
of California, Los Angeles, holder of the U. S. college CHILDREN-Have two daughters. WINTER ADDRESS 7227
_e record. He defeated Day In the mile at the Mlllrose. Gamesy Friar*-Road West,San Diego, California. HOW OBTAINED BY I
i close margin REDS Cincinnati Farm System.
Speedy, flashy, Chico Ruls ran into misfortune during the 1965
AVORED VERSUS waxy season with the Reds after four fine Triple A seasons. On August Ijci/ *;; \
: LONDON England- sslus (Muhammad All) Clay baa already been established third base andwas out for the remainder of the season. Priorto
41 favorite to defeat-possibly flatten-Henry Cooper of his Injury, Ruls(roo-EEZ)had appeared in 29 games, batting
[Britain In their scheduled May 21 title fight in London's High 18 times for a .111 average.
bury Football (Soccer)Stadium.However,Cooper,with record The very likeable and personable youngster proved very.valuable
of 29 wins 14 defeats and 2 draws Is not permitting the oddsto u a placb-reoner.
dismay him. The only man ever to floor the unbeaten Clay In 1964 Chico started the season with the Reds and on May 12
(in June, 1960), Cooper says of All: 'knocked him down once; was optioned to San Diego He was recalled by the Reds on July'
I can do It again" 24. For the season Ruts was In 77 games In 1964, batting .244
for the Reds In 311 at-bats. He stole eleven bases In 14 trys.
PATERNITY SUIT With San Diego in 1964,Ruls was in 72 games, batting.314 and
LOS ANGELES -(NPT)- Pro basketball: star Gene Wiley of stealing 19 bases in 24 trys.
NBA's Los Angeles Lakers became the latest of the famous Red Scout Bun Boyle made a prediction back in 1961 which !has
athletes to be hit by paternity suits.The suit was filed by a 21- proved accurate Boyle said"ChicoRnlcwUlplayalot of major
year-old Los Angeles clerk, who claims that the 28-year-old league baseball someday. He Is outstanding u a fielder; doesa
Wiley,.whom the Lakers pay $16.000 annually, Is the father of good Job in throwing, running stealing bases, and fie can do
her slz-month-old daughter born last October 7 and named everything required of a major leaguer."
Darryl Keith Wiley. She U asking "reasonable support" above In 1963 Ruiz led San Diego In batting with 298. The six-foot, "The' Emblem of QUALITY, SERVICE and, CONVENIENCE11
!the $100 a month she says Wiley now pays her fpr.:the child's 168-pound switchhltter led the league in stolen bases, 50; was:
support. name -"inner'alo8c wlm Bobby Klaus, of the."San'Diego
BOXING TOUR Most Valuable Player Award'for 1963" and was named the There's One Near You
STOCKHOLM Sweden -(NPlEI.beaTYWelcht champion Coast All-Star team u the third baseman. Chlco, because of
Sonny listen has agreed to a Scandinavian boxing tour this injuries on the drib, played 88 games at third base, 51 at short, .
summer, Swedish! promoter Bertll Knutsson disclosed. He said and six la the outfield. The league managers voted Buts "the .
: Listen, who was flattened for the second time by current champion fastest player In the Coast League" in 1963. "
CIW&.' jristr-r-itl All)Clay last yearrtfecjtedbl4: ) first. '27-year-old Rul.le4theCaUf 7 offer, then offered one of his own, "which we accepted." wltheifor Vlsalla in 1959; the SaUjrLeague\ with 55"for Columbia .
In 196$; the American Association with 44 for Indianapolis' f
,In 1961; the Coast with 40 for San Diego in 1962; and the Coast you_,DONT'NBCD TO J.I-AVE; ;J pc: ,TO, GET BARGAINS. ON

I League again in 1963 with 50 for San Diego. Nationally Advertised BRANDS OF .LIQUOR.

FOR D WIGHT W BRADDY
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Southern U's ThiMdads. Hold

Dwight W. Braddy

promises to be a strong Top Spot, IR NAIA Ratings .

member of the Civil Ser- '
.tR.\ VIMiury
By BENNIE THOMAS i !
vice Board and NOT a "
rubber stamp for any- There's hardly a category in thIiatesimauonaoAaeoclatlon 01
Intercollegiate Athletics' track r eport which excludedSputhern
will! I insist
body. He 'University's Thinclads. the Pelican relays two weeks
that all employees be In fact, the Jaguars bold the I ago, is the national and international Willi wuu u (nation biby
treated fairly and judged top>> spot in seven events. ,I leader with his 1J.2
on merit and ability. Freshman burlier Willie performance.
who tied the world's Southern's Elgy Sams' 51.9
Dwight W. Braddy advocates 1 t Davenport,
I record in the 120-yard highs In .feat In the 440-yard Intermediate -
: the advertsment! hurdles is tops In the

of all Civil Service nation, quarter-miler Everette '
and lank at him naw!
jobs and qualificationsat Mason Is the leader In his baby, M1
.n't.a I"LMAM
least 60 days priorto WatchThis specialty with a 47.0, and the
Jaguars pace the pact in the
examination. Clown, 440, 880, and one-mile relays
Dwight W. Braddy Souther n's cprlng medley
,
will insist that the 428 14 344 relay team is the fastest outfit
Board use a standard out this season after they ran
for alI I I 24 to a tie of the Amerlcaacolleglate -
examination) I 42 38 record in the Texas Relays

Civil Service jobs. early this month-a 3:16.5: 4

(W'fl mmi( BOARDCOUNTY. ,OjstRICf 1 9 scamper. ,
1 T The Texas Relays was a bonanca H H'
WIDE'' 6 for the Jaguar relayers. It : ,
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was there that the unit of George .
Anderson, Crundy Harris, each ,
fur ,Viti Aid Sippirt" Greatly, Appreciated & 3 with a 220-yard leg Theron

Paid PoL Adv.. Lewis with the quarter-mile
segment, and Darrod Dotson
432 12
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_. 522 anchoring with the 880-yard leg :
set the new collegiate mart m '
1 189 il 1 63
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Also in the Austin (Texas)
-i meet, the 440-yard relay team
'Sometimes He's Up Sometimes Harvey Nairn, Webster F
'He's Down He adds subtracts. Johnson and Anderson-roared
fit works it all around to 39.9 ; Anderson, Anthony
Gates, Harris and Lewis spedto
::30'- 46'- 732 for
a 1.22.: clocking the 880
COMING ATTRACTIONSMAN'S ; relay; Webster t and Robert
d Johnson along with Gates and

.. 7 Lewis ran two-tenths over the
: world's mile relay record which ..
they co-holdwltha3:04.7flnlsh,
and despite a dropped baton at
the completion of the first leg
1 NUMBERED: Henry Brown, Robert Johnson,
I Lewis and Dotson sped toil:
U.1 timing.
Man's Days are t4um In the 220-yard dash, Oliver
,bered.' Health and, Ford, shares the lead with
Fortune Can Be Yours When, James Hines of Texas Southern The Origin'imuing captain' tides hit ray into the Hill of Fame bulking Ty Cobb record with hn 104th stolen but of the yur I IMiury

II III I you Know Your Lucky Days; who also has a wind-assisted Will, born on October 2.1932.Washington D.C.
l I I 9.3 credit for 100-yard dash.
I I II IIId Lucky: Colors Etc. Anderson, the Baton Rouge .
I Send $2.00 for your speedster who prepped at Me '
Horoscope. Guide for, Klnley High School and was the I :
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I .1 world's top ranked sprinter last II \
III I I II APRIL year Is second ranked along .. ,
ll N I with six other century dash ., +,10" ,
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MUTEI Capture Gunman ,Presentation At BaRqiet.. Bishop C.A. GibbsTo Dwight BritMy Is Endorsed'

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,Beauty operator r and barbers, Who Shot Editor Preach Sunday
iNrr Hollywood Beauty and Barber -pTrti By Labor UNIONS Civic Groups 'LAMAR, -Booker T. Lamar,

Lounge. 622 W. Ashley St. CHICAGO -(NPl>-The run- At Mt. Zion AMEBishop well-known resident and barber
Call 3949774. man who Invaded the offices of .by trade of 1279 W. 30th St.,
Balm L. Leaven editor-pub- C. A. Glbbs! the presiding for Civil Service bard died April 23, In his residence
llsbtr. New Crusader bishop 0 f the Seventh (after an extended Illness. Mr.
WANTED newspaper, shot Leaven and Episcopal District of the AME:, Lamar was born In Macon Ca.,

MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP IN then beat him on the bead with I Church, comprising the state land had lived in Jacksonville
JOBS SALARIES TO $85, fare a .45 calibre pistol, was cap of South Carolina, and chair for I number of years and was
advanced.( Rush reference, tured by local detectives.He man of the board of trusteesof :employed by the Rita BarberShop
phone number. ABLE MAIm has been Identified Allen University will give He was a member of the

,AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN FREEPORT as Joseph Montgomery 28. His the sermon Sunday morning at 'Mt. Ararat Baptist ChurchUsher -
N. Y., capture was effected by Detectives Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev. Board No. 1, and Forrest
Bradshaw,Parker,Parks Charles E. Toston, pastor. Lodge No. 377, FtAM. Survivors
and St. Lueken of Area 2 Rob- Bishop Glbbs was elevated to Include a devoted wife
bery Unit, and positive Identification :the office of bishop In 1948 In Mrs. Kathryn E. Lamar; daughter -
,FREE RUG SHAMPOO, ; has been made by the _. Kansas City Kan., from the Mrs. CotisThomascity;
publisher. pastorate of Mt. Zlon Chucsb stepdaughter, Miss Ira George;
With' Rental Of Shampoo Equipment FOR YOUR WIPE COACH. Of all things to
where t. served with distinction son, Booker T. LamarJr..clt1.;
We Rent Lawn Mowers show up at a banquet for college coaches ,M stepsons Benjamin Brass
Equal opportunity does wore Get for several ,Mr.. He also r 1 P ,
ct Garden Tools, Floor Polishers athletic directors and physical education served as president of Edward and Frederick Cheeseborougb;

t Sanders, Mechanic t. a good.tduc tionnd to will you. Instructors were ((1) a girl BeverleyHyman Waters College 'and presided sisters, Mrs. Martha Chatman
[Hand Tools] ; Local Trailers $2 electric, automatic proc over Florida from 1952 until city and Mrs. Ruby C.King,Detroit -
and ((2)) an
FOR RENT
day. HOUSE
per. 1956. Mich.; sister-in-law,
tor sties coffeenaker. The girl "presented- The service Sunday will begin Miss Bessie George; brother

NATIONAL RENTAL Part furnished. Reasonable. the coffeemaker to Dr. Samuel Barnes, with the church school at 9:30 Claude B. Tucker Macon, Ga.;

EV72988. p e ld'ent'ot convening Central Intercql- Lm. with the Superintendent mother-in-law Mrs. Esther

CENTER leglate Athletic Association in washing- Mr. Raymond Wade, and the George; father-in-law, Robert
'732J N. Main St. PO 8-8955 director of Christian EducationMr. George Sr.; sisters-in-law,
F.RENT tom. The male sanctum invaded
'ibOM was and the Mrs. Lillian ,
Sumner Wiles In charge.The Hlppard, Mrs.De-
Nicely turn rm. Cooking priv.: discussions of' things purely athletic' were morning worship service loves R. Brown, Mrs. Ira Kate
Couple or single woman. 356- diverted when the presentation '.peci- will begin with the processionby Williams, Mrs. Esther White,

ELECT 3604. fied "For your wife. Miss. Hyman is a 'pastor and assisting minis 9 Bessie George, city;Mrs.Mary
ters and the combined choirs, .Alexander Miami,anil Mrs.Ella -
Junl r'Hlh
Washington school teacher
anda with Mrs. MaybeUe AUphant Tucker, Macon, Ga.;
SAM JONES Royal Crown member of Philadelphia-bases Nark Hyman at the organ. brothers-in-law Henry Chat-*
Associates. The ushers will be at their I. man and Robert George; son-
posts of duty and the Holy Com in-law. Dock Thomas,city;nieces -
In addition to the of local civic and community
winning support
-
1. ,munlon will be administered Irene Wooten, city; Bertha
Color following the sermon. groups, Dwight W. Braddy, candidate for the Civil Service Castor aTdJohnnie Castor;coo-
U.S. Steps Up Probe To End The public is cordially Invitedto Board, District 5, has been endorsed by the Legislative Com- sins, Ada Bell Toomer, Willie
mittee of the Central Labor Union.
attend. Mitchell Rosa Mitchell Martha

WANTED Hospital Racial DiscriminationWASHINGTON Braddy's endorsement by the animations for all civil service Thomas Gilbert Thomas
JdXOH S JoiNS, union body which embraces numerous Jobs. Willie Mae Mallory, Ethel Mae
MAIDS',"HEW( YORK-Guaranteed compliance with the Civil Rights trade unions Is of great Braddy Is a businessman! whom Jenkins, and Leroy Lamar; and
$40 to$60 wk.Live-In Jobs. D.C.NPI)- Act of 1964. Job CorpsThree significance since it indicates many are satisfied will work for nine grandchildren; many sorrowing -
Fare advanced, rush re- ,The Department of Health, Any hospital receiving federal that organized labor groups regard the benefit of all citizens friends. Carter's
ferences.. Harold Agency Dept.R Education and Welfare will use assistance found not lobe taking Jacksonville area youth, Braddy as the best man ,regardless of race, color Funeral Home, Sammie L. Davis -
Lynbrook, N. Y. 100 Social Security Administration immediate steps to end racial John Aiken, 2964 Rayford St, for pile( post. or creed. L.F.D. is in charge
discrimination David Smith, 1331 Florida Ave. !>._../ and Public Health Service and segregation ""I winning --,
to the employes in a widespread Inspection In Its operational structure will and Bill Williams 1327 Van Bu- support because he !has convinced -
of the cation's hospitals not be able to receive further ren Ave. have been assigned to citizens and organized

LEO'SSHOE to determine the extent of federal assistance.The ,the Job Corps Centers reported groups that be will do a good VOTE MAY 3 1966
State Senate Inspectors will determine Gordon M. :Punshon. manager Job and that he Is sincere in his ,

REPAlK whether or not a hospital Is in of the Jacksonville Youth Opportunity promise to work to end discriminatory -

DIST 31 1 ROBERT KING HIGH compliance with the act. Center. practices.Young .
Shoe Reparing New federal allocations will )Punshon said that Alien,\8 re- Braddy whose name
For all Florida He 'ported to AtUrbury'Job Corps VOTE FOR FAIR REPRESENTATIONELECT
governor
VOTE FOR FAIRREPRESENTATION begin July 1. On that date, the appears on the top of the last
Is not for one group. Center at Edinburg Indiana and row has promised to clean up
Of Any Kind Is department plans to begin
releasing -
Each vote means a Job for you $1.9 pillion in funds for Smith 18 and Williams 17 have the Civil Service Board and has
Our Only Business all men and women. Vote on hospital construction medical gone to Camp Kilmer Job Corps stated that he will advocate the
A VOTI POe Ml 1 IS A vOTI fOFAII May 3 for a broad-hearted man training and, Center located near Newark'. advertisement of Jobs and qualification
programs vocational -
so you and you can live. New Jersey.. requirements at least
MHtStNTATIONPaid Y
934 E. UNION ST rehabilitation.
Don't be an "Uncle Tom." The t three young men were 60 days prior to examinations.-
To date, 60 cent of the
Pcu.( Adv. Advertisement per sworn Into the Job Corps during Another
nation's hospitals have filed reason many EARL M. JOHNSON
ceremonies conducted at th_
; feel Bnddy deserves to be
YOC prior to their leaving for elected is that he has promised
the Job Corps centers,Punshon to Insist that the Civil Service

sakiPhiladelphia Board use standard ex- f. the
( 'Super-Right" Quality MeqtsI -
Ra ce Between Two 4


(I 1 t+ "Super-Right" Short Shank FULLY COOKED Negroes Looms; As Hot Battlesupport HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 8LAPI

to Richard H.NewbouM' FAVORS, ... .-
WI.! !, '
PHILADELPHIA NPI
Smoked ( )) -
Jr., a candidate for state sena 1. the Common Law
t As Negroes throughout the nation Abolishing Marriage
tor in the 24th district,thus enabling -
HAMS Skank Ponies I 49 prepared to make the weightof Newhouse to "take our 2. Modernizing the structures of local, government

v elections their ballots the attention felt In the voters coming campaign story to our district. 3. A practical cods of minimum housing standards,

IB. Newhouse bad been opposed 4.. A technical education center
centered around the campaigns
being waged by Negroes In at another independent candidate, 5. The use of the NTE, If at all, for< ,original certification -

'Super-Right" Fresh Western PORK LION least three different locales. American Timuel Black Labor, president Council,Negro only.

Chief among the campaignsis Both candidates purported to 6. A thorough going evaluation of the entire tax
the battle for the second structure

Whole Or Congressional district seat in represent thus the civil splitting rights movement the- 7. Reducing the burden of taxation on the home, the
ROAST c between Demo ,
: Pennsylvania
Rib Half 65 cratic Incumbent Rep. RobertN. Independent Black withdrew vote.from the race aged and the disabled.

. C. Nix and independent Cecil
of
LB. and announced his support
I- B. Moore, fiery president of Newhouse.Newhouse.

the branch.As Philadelphia. NAACP identified the jro6-

lams of his district as housing,

Overi-Fresrv Jane Parker Buys! .- run against an Independent the winner, Moore of four-will consumer, and welfare education problems.unemployment He VOTE FOR FAIR REPRESENTATIONPaid

man Democratic
primary
Special, : slate-likely Nil.However, blamed racial segregation in Pol, Adv..
,Illinois for many of theseprob-
the
Democratic
Special, l: Jail Parker PEACH Or lace Parker Geldei Ciiiannei, among a Mississippi-born attorneyand hopefulsIs lems.
[Asst. Miiater) research chemist, JosephE. Elsewhere in the nation,

DUTCH APPLE SUGARED I Coleman, who proposes, If Negroes in upcoming made their elections.In influencefelt .
---- +r nominated, "to give the people
r of the district an alternate to Jackson, Miss., the state 1966 AUTO TAGS ON. SALE
legislature sought to gerrymander -
the incumbentAn ."
'
PIES DONUTS the second Congressional
Air Force veteran and
S :''accomplished research chemist district' in there.order to keep whitesIn Myrtle Aveme Tag Agency

Coleman Is a member of power -

.Q 1 MB. 8OZ.EACH OF the Commission on Religion ,gressman Rep. James from L.the WhittenlsCon-Delta dis f
39C BOX and Race of the United Presby- trict.where outnumber
19C Negroes
'terlan Synod of Pennsylvania, Now-At
; 12 who served 15 years on the whites 2 to 1. Until last year,
hl Delta Negroes were not allowed .
Eastern'Regional Research laboratory -
Philadelphia. to vote. 2422_ Myrtle Ave.
Recent voter activity -
registration
He entered the field of law in '
heels of the 1965
the
riLMeat. arid 1957- and In 1965 received his Civil on Law has made the Corner l 15th St.- .
,fresh Fruits Vegefablest ) LLB. He then Joined the Celanese Rights : .
\ area's 30,000 newly registered
Corporation where both
[ Manager)
I Negro,voters formidable election -

Special: Firm M Special: Fresh Tiriir his his background ability as in a chemistryand patent attorney threat.In -Convenient Hours -.,

I RIPETOMATOES POLE is utilized in Industry. Williams Birmingham, Dr. Martin, Ala.Luther, hoses 'Open Plenty Of
In Newark, N. J., Kenneth A.
King's political organizer, announced -
Gibson seeks to become the first
'''Negro of major that Alabama's Negro Saturdays; Parking Space
mayor a
i. BEANS ,American city. vote has increased from 100,
000 to 250,000 during the last
A candidate for mayor in the.clt1'
May 10 municipal elect- forts.six months, thanks to SCLC If-

Ion, Gibson received the Distinguished "We have been able to register

CIIS. 29C PER 190Dependable the city's Service Junior Chamber Award from of more than 38,000 Negro votersin ,WH.E..N YOU ARE ILL
a S -2 POUND Commerce two Jefferson County, (Birmingham
years ago.
ONLY ) alone within the last 10
Gibson who !has been
activeIn
Newark's weeks," said Williams, as he You Seek The Best Doctor. L _
\ war on poverty, is I
made plans to coordinate the ,
When Your Doctor Prescribes
I Grocery Values co-chairman organisation of a called Job-finding the state's Negro votes In preparation Get Experienced Pharmacistst r r >!
"
i (Predict Mimer) Business and Industrial Coordinating for the May 3 primary. ...According to your Doctor's '
.. Pillskirr Buttermilk There were some voting set Orders. We Use Only The Best a
', "- .H Council
:v ; backs ,
.. ":: : "j.: <'*; : Newark's 53 cent Negro however Quality Drugs __.
per .
\ In Montgomery, Ala., Negroeslost
BISCUITS 3 cm 45E population was expected to add C. E. BLACKProprietor
PRICES IN THIS AD $ li"il/Itit' j. to his election chances officials a fight in to Lowndes oust all the County.public .

, in a bid for a seat In the Indiana 3 Registered Pharmacists TO serve YOU
I THOUGH Cloverleaf listait 4-OZ. A three-Judge federal panel ,(
ARE GOOD General Assembly, AndrewW. dismissed a suit which charged
JOe Ramsey columnist for the of the area's Ne- ----A COMPLETE
DRY MILK m that the rights LINE OF----
SUNDAY MAT COFFEE Indianapolis Recorder weekly violated and
1 ATAlP'S gor majority were I
,
I newspaper has' tossed his hat
that the"minority white population"
into the political arena. ,Cosuet 1cs-Rubber Ooods- Candiea-Sundrie s
III Mull lltt Milt 6f! H also teacher in has seized all politicalpower -PRESCRIPTIONS :
WAREHOUSE ; Ramsey a thec1tJ' I lathe county CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's
*'
.
l public schools for more
; 10-OZ.' CHUNK TUNA 3 CANS than 25 years, has announcedthat '
Store
ct be will seek the nomination Florida's lemon Industry was Drvp
JURE LOCATED i' .' JAR 99 and election to the Indiana Houseof almost totally destroyed by the

SII-CII Pick htlu Representatives during the freeze of 1994-95. after which '190? KINGS! .ROADEL382Y6
Democratic May primaries.In the lime Industry expanded,

AT 3W, .. Utt 'w .. ... DETERGENT PLASnc80111E 33tj civil Chicago rights,leaders committee threw of their five says Association the Florida Fruit Vegetable :




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Bob Harris Sees Discrimination't't




In Auto Liability Rates In FloridaCar




Owners Feeling Squeeze
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Out Of Millions Under ARP Racket



Both Negro and white citizens across Florida who are feeling
the squeeze of excessively high auto liability Insurance rates
are beginning to see the need for electing Bob Harris as State '
.Treasurer since that Is the office that has control over insurance
rates. "' 1


There is no doubt that discriminatory practices are applied
to low Income whites purely because they are in the low income
bracket and ve also applied to Negroes purely because: they l Pr < T Al ......
are Negroes. "O',
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Is no secret either that auto liability Insurance companies ao
are bilking millions of dollars outof Florida car owners by
placing drivers under the assigned risk plan for the flimsiest t
reasons. '

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As everybody knows, the car owner pays a muchJ eberpre.
.Plum when he Is placed under the assigned risk plan. ;
In order to collect the high premium driver might be placed
under the ARP because he had an accident, even though be was ;
not at fault. A person who's been arrested-for anything It.
-.doesn't matter what-might be placed under the J high paying plan + 4
...And, above alL Just because a person Is In the armed services C ''
some chiseling insurance companies push service men in the
ARP. Finally, there have been cases where persons have been
'forced to pay ,t higher rates under the auto liability squeeze
simply because be tailed to send his premium payment in on
w time.


Bob Harris, has promised among other things, to put an end
,to such discriminatory practices..And that is one of the reasons
why endless thousands of Florida voters are supporting BOB
HARRIS for State Treasurer over the Burns'appointee,Broward
Williams.


Harris highly regarded In Duval County where be has servedas
progressive energetic County Commissioner,responsible
for many Improvements In white and Negro communities.On .
the follovlngpages are depicted some of his many activities
Wong Negro citizens Bob
Wards
the Man '
Florida '
Needs
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Harris, Duval County Commissioner overwhelmingly
elected twice by the voters in county with more than, 500,001
residents as a public administrator with an enviable record of
service proving dedication and ability.*
Pledged to protect your Insurance dollars-all hundreds of
millions of them-from uncontrolled abuse and power. Will
fight "file and use" legislation.Will 1
see that your rates are LOWERED requiring inclusion
of Investment earnings In rate calculations. These are profit)
earned on your insurance premium dollars and should be returned -
i equitably to you.
Will be serving the voters who put him In office.
Bob Harris pledges you he will make an Intensive study throug) e
automation of all requests for rate increases and WILL NOT
PERMIT INCREASES JUST FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASSURINC
LARGE PROFITS TO THE INSURANCE, BARONS.Bob .
Harris pledges you be will REQUIRE Insurance companies
to apply earnings from Investment of YOUR money to reduC-
tion of YOUR insurance premiums.
Equally important Is legislation the temporary appointee bas
already assured the Insurance companies he will propose U
1967--the "file and use" law, permitting Insurance compaalM
to Increase rates, file notice of such increases and begin enforcing -
<: them without review and study of the Commissioner' .---i
will against this unlimited license: U
office. Bob Harris tight TO COLLEGE-Always manifesting Interest in the improvement of education for all citizens
the Legislator'
1 reap millions unearnedproflUever of the State fa I Bob Harris Is seen during his first term as Duval County Commissioner presenting the
thirteen separate areas
Currently, there are auto first installment of a$50,000 appropriation to Edward Waters College. President W. B. Stewartreceives
automobile the check as Commissioner Lem Merrlt and Eric O. Simpson currently a candidatefor
:
I considerate Democratic State Committeeman look on, at left.
minatory practice. Bob Harris pledges to give
study to this problem to give a more fair and equitable rate to

all Assure Florida the citizens.Individual the choice of using adjustment service Bob Harris Working With The People

they select. The independent adjustor, the insurance com
pany adjustor or the company owned General Adjustment Bureau.

Bob Harris says, "Foremost In Inequities is the matter of
premiums paid for automobile and liability insurance. Bd
Harris is opposed to constantly rising Insurance premium u.
, that puts hundreds of millions of dollars In the coffers of UM
Insurance barons. YOUR payments art raised for the sole
purpose of giving the insurance barons astronomical profits F 3
j The present laws provide that if a company is suffering Josses '
to the extent it can't pay its claims and realise a reasonabli
profit, the Commissioner has privilege of granting the company -
an Increase in payments to equalize the losses and allow
a profit. Let's take t look at what is going on with 1n.suraDC8Compan1el. .EAL
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. COMPANY A...
This company's profits from premiums paid by the public
amounted to $30.527,000 In 1960 but declined steadily until in
1963 their profit was Just $20,878,000 and the company immediately -
asked the Commissioner for a rate Increase TO BUILD
THEIR PROFITS BACK UP-NOT TO COMPENSATE FOR IN-
SURANCE CLAIMS LOSSES! This increase was granted.For .
the same period, their admitted assets rose strikinglyfrom fl
$763,279,000 In 1960 tol,143,231,0001n 1964 THE YEAR
THE COMMISSIONER ALLOWED THEM TO INCREASE YOUR
PAYMENTS!
Furthermore, the company bad been investing your premium
dollars during all these years and their profits from investments ..r"a
Jumped from $14,239,000 In 1960 to $58,036,000 in 1964-THE
YEAR THE COMMISSIONER LET THEM RAISE YOUR INSUR-
ANCE RATESICOMPANY !
B a 1. '
Relatively new in business and much smaller by comparison -- -- ..-- -"' t -. -
with Company A, this company showed profits from premiums
at $34,000 in 1960, declining every year until in 1964, their losses CIVIC 1lAn'ERSa.c1WlnlmattersofiDttresttothe community Commissioner Bob Harris
on the claims paid amounted to a loss of 818000. On the takes time out to explain plans for highway improvement to local citizens.
face of it this company was losing money rapidly and should
have fast relief. But looking further Bob Harris found that their
admitted assets rose from$313,000 in 1960 to a fabulous$9,535, OUR SCHOOLSHELP
000 in 1964- income to claims.1964 this company showed a million dollarsin ELECT
Investment Income resulting from earnings made by investing
I YOUR payment dollars to their benefit.
With 906 companies operating Florida,Bob Harris... it Is REV. JOHN B. F. WILLIAMSBOARD
vitally Important to you to have a We Treasurer elected by the
people to represent yon honestly andprotect yon from having to OF
pay hundreds clm11.l1oDlofdoUar.lntotbebaDk nulls tithe( Insurance -
INSTRUCTION
barons who have been paying the temporary appointee PUBLIC
for a number of years professional to peddle poll- DUVAL COUNTY District 2

,ticalInfluence to-keep'the gold rolling Into their pockets.On "A Man with a Conscience'
Insurance premiums alone after all claims were paid, these
companies made more than 1/4 bullion dollars In 1964, in Flor TRAINED QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED
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.Claude Smith's plan to try to hold two offices In That be calls a l
s s "bold attempt" to give the city"machine"a seat in the Senate, .
thousands of Duval citizens are rallying to the support of Conroy '
\ aM; r*Fl''' r s + In Ms bid for State Senator, District 10.
Conroy who served as a member of the Dural School Board-
from 1947 to 1950 will be remembered utile man who carried
r ?, the fight for equalization of teachers' pay and pioneered for the
Improvement of the county's schools.
The former school board member pointed out that If City Com-
y%, r:4'r missioner Smith Is elected to the Senate,citizens will be short-
changing themselves by having representative trying to do two
Jobs while Jumping from Tallahassee to Jacksonville. Conroy
t y r says the City of Jacksonville is entitled to a full-time City Com-
missioner (who gets $11,500 a year) to clean up problems like
the misuse of city: cars, cranes and credit cards.: \
Claude Smith who has the support of Frank Hampton who Is \
presumed to control the Negro vote, was elected to the City t
p i Commission post in 1951. Smith was able to win the election: to
the City Council earlier when a group of so-called Negro
'leaders' were induced to issue declaration stating that Wilson
; Armstrong an Intelligent, respectable bricklayer was not qualified -
to represent Negroes In City Council.
Conroy supporters declare that hundreds of Negro citizens who
have had contact with the senatorial candidate nave stated that
t they know him as a fair and Just man who can be depended upon
to represent all citizens without regard to race,color or creed.
Conroy who has established a record as a community worker I
,,1 championing the cause of better schools has charged that City t
Commissioner Smith seconded the motion permitting city of
.,. Jacksonville to purchase Insurance which costs the city: $474,
000 and brings the total to $1,300,000 which the city will spend
for Insurance premiums alone this year.
Speaking out against waste and corruption in government,Con'
roy declares:
NR y "We need to eliminate costly duplication >Jn government ser-
A' C vices...establish businesslike practlcesandprocedures every
phase of our city, county and state governm nt..and provide
mandatory enforcement of the requirement for competitive bid
I t ding in purchasing by the City of Jacksonville and the County.
Don't give City Hall a Senate Seat. Don't shackle Duval County
'Y
with a part-time Senator who Is also a part-time City Commissioner -
We need no two-hattedSenators.We need one man with
one Job who will wear one hat for all of Duvaf County."
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Jerry Carter Is Mr. Florida

. Smith. Made $13,500


.1 Public Service Commissioner

Selling Expressway Houses

TALLAHASSEE-In a recent "
news conference,Mr.Democrat
In a blistering attack on City Commissioner Claude Smith who "HELP ME ." of Florida, Jerry Carter, : M
is seeking election to the Senate, District,Joe Carlucci alsoa announced his candidacy for reelection .I'
candidate dor the seat challenged the integrity of Smith. CARLUCCILeto to the Florida Public.
Referring to Smith as the "City Commissioner of Garbage", Service Commission. .
Carlucci threw out five questions to his opponent a televised The venerable Mr. Carter has
speech recently. Another candidate for the senate seat is Fran served on the commission for
cis "Pat" Conroy former school board member with a record twenty-eight years and Is one r
of accomplishment s and a reputation for fair play. 4 Go of the most widely known public IJERRY
Carlucci said Smith"has not only collected his salary as Com V officials the state.
missioner for many years while he allowed unrestricted pollution IRk/d When asked if be was thinking
of our air and water, but he has made many profitable collections of retiring, Mr.Carter directed

representing legal clients and he has made some brilliant ... .... BY ova BOB., BREWSTER.4/,.,. l his attention to the questioner
collections from all the taxpayers his morally question .r. )t.....r o.ee...",r. and went into plans for the
able maneuvers In the Jacksonville Expressway right-of-way '- PICKEREL POINTERS"Dan.d future.
deals." As one listened to Florida's
He asked: Jarkflih!" This -ut. senior pUblCc'official
teiance U often beard from bass
1."Mr. Smith, tell us ill about the 135 buildings that you addicts when their favorite pursuits relate events of the past and
bought from Mr.Alexander Brest of Duval Engineering February are interrupted by a sprayof prophecies of his which nave W. CARTERI
18, 1959. greenishold, followed by a come to past, the: feeling Is
2. "Mr. Smith, tell us all about your selling these 135 build savage encounter with! H long, that Jerry Carter is"Mr.Florida. told them that if they did not
ings two days later-oo February zo, 195 --to Re-New, Inc., and lender teeth.fish that seems all head ... welcome the Negroes Into the
a company that you and another well-known City Commissioner To many the common pickerel Carter insists he will retire; Democratic Pary, they wouldgo
controlled. U considered a trash fish but to when be can no longer keep up: republican. I told them that
3. "Mr. Smith, tell us all about the big profit of $11,500.00 those who! know hit porting with the rigorous pace the Job one day there would be 200,000
that you made on these bouses in Just two days. qualities, this small cousin of the demands. He takes special pride Negroes voting In Florida. It
4. "Mr. Smith, tell us what a good feeling it Is to make 313, pike and nmskle Is held In high the fact that be has attended as will be better to welcome them

500.00 profit while you are under oath to represent the best Interest esteem.While most anglers on manybearingsln as many places into the Democratic Party
of the citizens of this community Its dubious table value agree, the as any other member of the rather than drive them to the
5. "And finally, Mr. Smith, in view of your dealings as uncovered fishing experts at Mercury out. Commission either of the past or Republican Party.
by the Special Sub committee on the Federal Aid High boards have no hesitation In present. I was one of the people who
way Program held by the 87th Congress of the United States, praising the pickerel a* a top Mr. Carter points back to a helped to obtain the hospital
would you please give us your definition of integrity?" game iptcltt. record which began with hU at AIM which has helped train
Found In half
about the
Carlucci said, "Mr. Smith I can't Imagine your definition of ranging from Maine to nation Texas, successful fight against discriminatory many nurses."
integrity being the same as mine. this bony-mouthed scrapper deserves freight rates in the Be continued; "fhe.Public,
Friends, whether Mr. Smith has the moral courage to answer more attention than It southern states In 1932. For 17 Service Commission affects all
these questions or not, here is the public record of those bearIngs recelvea. years and under four governors, of the people. Everyone avails
and remember-VOTE CARLUCCI the candidate with an Since most pickerel run small he waged his battle against rates themselves of public services
interest in YOU- nd a candidate who knows, and believes and when compared with pike, aver which he contended it opt Indus. in the state. It is the poor who
aging only a pound or two, light
believes and practices the real meaning of Integrity" tackle offer the most action. try from coming south. "Few can'least afford to pay exorbitant
Like the pike, the pickerel Is a people realize the size or power rates for utilities or trans ,
hungry, pugnacious character of this state agency which regulates portation. When I fight for fair I
VOTE MAY 3, 1966 ands susceptible to about the all public services in the rates I am helping] all of the

In same smaller artificial.1...offerings. though state. It Is aquu1.JIId1clalbodJ( people, when I promote Florida
For which must nave men dedicated and help to bring industry I am
top sport, fly casting with
I streamers, and b'ickulls pro to the public interest" be said. bringing Jobs for all of the peo
... VOTE FOR FAIR REPRESENTATION ducea a brand of action that In these days of "conflict of ple. You know my wife is not
seldom can be matched, yet Interest and pocketlinlng" as jealous of those pretty girls in
4 this comparatively method. few anglers use Jerry Carter calls U, "thepeople the outer office, her only competition
Pickerel need a friend who will has been Florida."
Inhabit locations of
Ilk ELECT heavy aquatic growth, making keep them in mind when utility With those remarks, Mr. Democrat
weed guards on lures almost a companies, public carriers and, Jerry Carter, boundedout
necessity. They usually He -concealed the like request increases in of the room and I beaded fora
near the fringe of a weed rates." He continued by show- speaking engagement as he
I ,; i EARL M. JOHNSON bed grabbing, facing a passing outward meal.In hope Lures of ing figures which show that in, bit the campaign trail with the

retrieved across the open edge his many years service he has' vigor of % man many years his
or skittered over the weeds are supported programs or actions Junior. One cannot help carter
the moat productive. which have saved Flbrida citl- the feeling that Jerry
te the If you get Into picker! waters tens over 322 millions of dol is concerned with the millions
I take advantage of the opportunity lars. of little people. be goes about
urge the Mercury author!
ties. Pickerel' cease to be a -nu Is. When asked the to"It a b l e.questions the business of regulating
:. HOUSEOF REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 8 ance" when deliberately sought about civil rights,Mr. Florida's public services.
'Democrat replied; "I believe
In the brotherhood of man. In
EARL FAVORS ENGLISH ECUMENISM 'my tenure I have been fair to

1. Abolishing the Common law Marriage Catholic Liverpool's Christ the King the big and rich corporations How You Eat ShowsWhat's
Cathedral the world's but I have always fought for the
2. Modernizing the structures of localgovernment I ; largest is
being designed by rights of all citizens. I was a
3. A practical coda of, minimum housing standards Frederick Gibberd, a Methodistthe good friend of former president Eating You

4. A technical education center Catholic Digest states. The Lee of FAMU and I playeda

5. The use of the NTE, If at all, for original certifica- Anglican Cathedral. 800 yards part in helping many young Eating foods which require a
tion only. away, was designed in 1902 by people both Negro and white to lot of chewing may be one wayto

6. A thorough going evaluation of the entire tax Giles Gilbert Scott, a Catholic, '!'obtain schooling. Any of the avoid peptic ulcers scientists
structure and is regarded as one of the' colored or white employees in theorize in the Catholic Digest.
:, most majestic Gothic creationsof 'my, building will tell that
you
the burden of taxation thtt' home the The volume of saliva
.j 7. Reducing on this century. with Jerry Carter, a man's a large
.., aged and the disabled. 10=" produced' Increased chewing

-' :. ::' LUCI AND GEORGETOWNLuci He settled back In Ms chair may be the protective factor.
." .- .... '. and reflected as be continued, Thorough mastication produces
Johnson Is the first daughter -
of saliva and
larger quantities
"Nearly thirty years ago I spoke
of American President to
an
to a group>> of Florida sheriffs.I changes its make-up 10 help reduce -
attend S.'s
U.
'Georgetown the
told them that the day of the the acid level In the stom-
,VOTE FOR FAIR REPRESENTATIONPaid oldest Catholic university, the white primary were numbered. ach.
Catholic Digest notes.

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Support Julia WarrenFor



Re-election To CommissionOn


The lasts Of His Fine Record


X growing number of
are expressing tile
Julian Warren \ .
election to the Board of

Commissioners, the \ ; (
based on his record.
Elected to the
three terms and now

fourth after being R Rd
the post in 1951, r
chalked an enviable

accomplishments.gained experience in I ,

county business, and,& t
to his supporters has ., !
a reputation for .
and honesty.As I: ..

County I9lDte4'A. .. .
Julian Warren Is
parking .
approving the first Jove.
of Public Boat Landings. sldewalklng
also credited with ''
are just' fLR
modern recreational that Julian
which are now a part tirelessly
county's plan. b'CONCltATJl.AltDCommissioner
Known as the "Friendly community' t
mlssioner", who declare
warmth while working for com-
betterment of tile
are not
Warren supporters or creed.
has worked tirelessy has served
Anal with paving, better all of the
.and drainage. ., office as a
The district be repreS of County
cured the first public.,
due to'h1a efforts, .is

William H. Maness Pleads


With Negro Voters To Vote }


Their Conscience Not TicketsThis "!
JUJu Warren second from left, tetrodeee: hUla WUan -
t4 newly appointed Recreation Director .
Dipt. to Commissioners netcbefMortu and Bob
have of knowing before -
letter may be unnecessary. noway Harris who extends cWarren .
the First Primary Election on May 3rd.If it has any value,
Ism,* IHi- will- ha tnn late..

The eyes of Jacksonville and basis of merit-my experience ..
'' Support' S Funds For EWC
tile Nation will be focusedonthef( as a prosecuting attorney
returns from the predominately legislator, ltU..U57-C1r-.
Negro precincts In this primary' cuit Court Judge, 1957-496
election. Do you know why r n. community leader church-
ell yon: To see If the so-called' leader of national prominence
"block" votes are still controlled -
by 15 or 20 tickets which
various groups and individuals!

promote.But .
my concern Is much more
particular-f ou might then say
'selfish. It is this.: In past
.two years I have done my best,
without regard to criticism or r
other penalties, to eliminate
some of the artificial barriers.
that limit the freedom and opportunities -
of Negroes in our
community. I did not do this
because I am noble or unselfIsh -'
but because I cannot find
It within me to do otherwise.I .
do have a Christian con

science. veteran, World War n
I have never been defeated in apolitical -friend of the people rather
campaign. Neither than any special interest. If
have I ever had, to my
you want honest, progressive
.
knowledge the support of any"blockvoUng"
government, by a person determined -
but have gotten to make Jacksonville
a good vote In tile Negro precincts great by making Jacksonvilleone
thanks to a number of community, your vote and
;Negro friends have come to support will be appreciated.
know through the years. But William H. Itaness
some of these same friendsurge
me to make an effort to
secure this "block" support
This conscience will not let
: my VOTE J EXPRESSION -. Commissioner Julian Warree receives as expression of thanks from AM*
me Therefore do. I appeal for your Bishop>> E. C. Hatcher tor his vote which made a $50,000 grant ot Edward Waters College pos-

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Negro Editor Seeking ElectionTo Constance MotleyFor Guidlines Bring

District Court Sentence Reven

WASHINGTON -(NP1) Full NEW ORLEANS (NPI
State Democratic Committee Senate confirmation appeared Guidelines! for Jury sele
Imminent last week when the in the south figured promin
three-member Senate Judiciary ly recently when the U.S.C
subcommittee unanimously approved of Appeals for the Fifth CI

a ollt... bob karris reversed Louisiana the Negro conviction sentence

death in a rape case.
SeeksNonPaying
Simpson In ordering Andrew J. S
< either released or retried
tribunal cited an error in
conviction and ruled aga
I the "systematic exclusion
Demo PostEric members of the Negro rac
I the petit (trial) Jury list/1
Scott, a resident of,Living
of
0. Simpson, publisher 1,
had been the d
on
parish
the FLORIDA: STAR who also
elected row at Angola since 1958.
serves as an memberof
the Executive Democratic His was one of seven app
Committee heard by the entire court
representing 4 2B
announced this week that he is December. Each was base
also an aspect of the basic cl
seeking election to the
State Democratic Committee. that Negroes were either
Simpson will be up for election eluded or deliberately Inch
.. for grand Jury or trial Jury.i

First "Modern" Wa

her nomination as the Patented In 182
nation's first Negro woman federal The Cincinnati Directo
Judge. 1829 contained a patent noti
Mrs. Constance Baker Motley, a revolutionary new "
t ,44, nominated for the seat on laundry machine."
i bench of the Southern Districtof The inventor and manuf
New York by President John Simon Willard,laid that it"
son, served for 13 months as the wishing entirely by con
lion of the soaped clothes
Manhattan Borough president in. mersed in about three gallo
Mew.York. hot water."

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ERIC O. SIMPSONin
r
the second primary on May ALMAARMSTRONG
17. The candidate for the state ,
committee office said be delayed -
publicizing his candidacy
until now to give other Negro
candidates running in Duval JUVENILE DELINQUENCY-Active In his effort to curb Juvenile delinquency, Bob Harris Is
and other counties a chance to seen with sponsor of the County Recreation Soft-ball League who met to outline Its program
make their announcementswhich geared to curb Juvenile delinquency. .
have been carried In the
FLORIDA STAR.
The editor of Florida's most
widely read said her
newspaper RememberERIC
is seeking the post although it Calling. .. .
does not pay any salary what- FOR YOUR
ever because he feels that he .
will be able to render a needed SUPPORT
'service to the people.A 0. SIMPSON
fearless newsman Simpson
has championed the cause of the
working classes while pursuing

level-beaded During the 15 course.years he has Comes Up For Election

published the FLORIDA STAR
without pulling punches, Simp-
son has campaigned for better
Jobs for Negroes, has devoted For State Democratic Committees
much of his energies to helping
Jaxons in trouble or in times
of need. His hard-hitting editorials -,.

lic officials directed at have do-nothlogpub-resulted In Be Sure To Vote

many improvements In the city i
and county.
Simpson led the fight to
improve many traffic hazards
'U.:1: were created by the Ex- 17 OF'HER CANDIDACY FOR
pr, sway. His campaigns May
brought many overpasses and
wi"ways for school children STATE SENATORDistrict
an his editorials have broughtat
at the upgrading of many Help Wanted ads"are printed in # 9 (County Wide)
'at roes on the city payrolls.t'lougb .-
be Is running In the
",f nd primary on May 17, A VACANT OFFICE. THERE IS
., 1 ipson; said be will devote mack and. 'white.
le of his time to campaign- NO INCUMBENT IN DISTRICT # 9.
it.4 for Earl M. Johnson who
u. running for the Legislature
Good
Ui Group 8.Don't. jobs* t0daty
>
f "GIVE THE GOVERNMENT PACK TO THE PEOPIT
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Arlington School principal, Joseph E. Sally pre-
sents Commissioner Bob Harris with a citation recognitionof
his efforts in behalf of the Arlington Negro community.


Since 1941 Americans km paid-up hospital bills. more
bought! more Mum ,satisfying retirements. ."
$150,000,000.000 worth of
Series E and 11 Savings And security from loss of
Bonds. freedom In a troubled world.

From these savings hare Join the greatest thrift
come new homes, college pI'OII'SIIIln the world.For
your future and your
'educations, dream vacations,


Burns AppointedState WELCOME -Harris and members of the Parent Teachers Association and other community\
workers are seen at Arlington School when he was extended a welcome and given citation for
his work as an effective office-holder.
TreasurerBroward


Williams, a never-electedlobb'lst, the crown princeof
the Insurance industry. (Webster defines a lobbyist as "... AME Bishop Gets Aid For College
a peddler of political favors.")
Pledged to the Insurance barons to foster"file and use" legislation ----------
which could cost YOU hundreds of millions of dollars.
Pledged to protect the Insurance companies against Including
their Investment earnings in calculating YOUR premium pay- ;#
ments. M
Can ONLY serve the interests of those who put him in office. t
WHAT'S GOING ON UNDER THE PRESENT ADMIN1SmA TlON. ,



Duval Citizens See Braddy


.' Deserving Of Election



To Civil Service BoardDwight


W. Braddy candidate for the Civil Service Board, District -
5 Is winning support as the man who deserves election to
the office ha -seeks.-- .
;'Although a newcomer In a
politics, Braddy Is winning a:
legion of supporters purely on
the basis of his straightforward -
approach to the problemsthat
affect citizens Insofar as
civil service is concerned.
Braddy has promised that he 1 Ayht.i
will be a strong member of the !
Civil Service Board and not a
"rubber stamp" for anybody.He .
has said he will Insist that v
all civil service employees COLLEGE AID Bishop) E.C. Hatcher receives a check: : from Commissioner) Bob HarrIs
be treated fairly and Judged representing another $50,000 grant to Edward waters College from the county. As chairman of
according to mer 1 t..And the; the Board of County Commissioners, Harris obtained a unanimous vote to contribute funds to
strange. about It Is that people the AME educational Institution. President V/.b.Stewart,left and mID Rothschild look on ap
'teller what be says.
Braddy's! only regret Is that and will prevent railroading to provingly. CONTINUED On Another Page
be.cannot get toevery oterand: The young personable candi-'
"tell them what he stands for. date has impressed Negro" SAVE OUR SCHOOLS
la order that everybody will and white voters that he will HELP ELECT
ban the opportunity of knowing be fair la his Judgement of
what civil service jobs are open eases when civil service employees -
to the public Dwight Braddy Is are on triaTind will REV. JOHN B. WILLIAMS
advocating that civil service positions prevent railroading persons on
be advertised for atleaat trial to dismissal. BOARD OF
60 days prior to the day of examination One of the greatest compliments -
was paid to Braddy recently PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 4ntTVAl. .

The young personable can- when an elderly woman COUNTY District 2 .
didate has Impressed Negroand Bearing retirement after listen-,
white voters that he will be, ing to him urm irecf- "He' "A Man with a CoiHcirnco
fair in his judgement of cases Just a fine young man, I hopehe TRAlNF.Ull I "UtlUJ F.XPF.Rir.NCFDi
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IJ serve M speaker for a Saaday aftel'DOml forum sponsored by a PTA C r o a p. Shown to the I
audience art local cltUensvho attended the affaJr.


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CONFERRING The' Veterans Service Office which Is under
the stverrlslon of Qa Board of County Commissioners hired
its first Negro clerk during Commissioner Bob Harris first
term. Harris la teen conferring with Mrs. LIllIe B. Johnson
shortly after her appointment.



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FITNESS Displaying interest in physical fitness Days ors longer now and sunnier. -
M well M athletics Commissioner Bob The more
It'a time for experienced
wide-awtke a
I Harris aloof with Fletcher Morgan are.showi preventing trophies eastside youths. gardeners to tow seeds of ilow. dener la, the more likely he gars U
growing annuals like the got- to plan a garden on paper Wore
float doubl-nowtred petunias he planta. This applies to flower
and the useful agontain. These garden a* well a* regrtahle
'. seeds should be started In your' garden With plan In hand he
-VOTE MAY sunniest window; the container order seeds early *o that he
3,1966 let rinse| tO' the IMS. ,obtain the varieties he wlhe
Even Ir, warmer ell'matee Have you ordered your seeds
where the Instructions "wait until letT
frost dancer U pit" do not e
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